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Yearly Archives: 2020

Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon [2020]

Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon

On 25th November in the case of Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon Ms Kumar brought judicial review proceedings against London Borough of Hillingdon (‘the LA’) following their refusal to take part in mediation because she intended to bring her

Posted in SEND mediation, Uncategorised

Knowsley SEND Mediation contract extended

Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon

We are delighted to have received confirmation this week from Knowsley Borough Council that our SEND mediation and Disagreement Resolution Services contract by a further 12 months. Knowsley is local to us and so we have found it really fulfilling to

Posted in Uncategorised

DSN v Blackpool Football Club – case review

Advantages of mediation

This article is by Cook Legal Ltd. It reviews the recent case of DSN v Blackpool Football Club Ltd. This is a case where the judgment emphasis the danger of refusing to mediate. The case involved allegations of sexual abuse.

Posted in Articles

Reviewing the new insolvency regulation, guest article by Rix & Kay LLP

Advantages of mediation

This guest article is provided by Richard Ludlow of Rix and Kay LLP. It is a useful review of the new insolvency regulation  enacted by the government in response to the economic stresses of the Covid-19 pandemic. With so much

Posted in Articles

Higgins & Co v Evans case – review by Cook Legal Ltd

Advantages of mediation

This article is provided by Cook Legal Ltd, a specialist costs firm who acted on behalf of one of the parties in this matter. It relates to the Law Society standard CFA (conditional fee agreement), and provies welcome reassurance for

Posted in Articles

Job Retention Scheme FAQ – by Tinsdills Solicitors

Advantages of mediation

This guest article contains a really useful list of FAQ on the new government Job Retention Scheme which has been developed and launched in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. It provides a really clear and concise overview of the

Posted in Uncategorised

Guest article – Stephen Silverman and John Lawley discuss mediation

Advantages of mediation

This guest article features Stephen Silverman (Partner & Head of Litigation/Personal Injury at OGR Stock Denton LLP) and John Lawley (JohnLawley.co.uk) have a really good 10 minute discussion about mediation. Make yourself a cuppa, sit back and enjoy an excellent

Posted in Articles

Liverpool Court Hearings – Update from HHJ Wood

Liverpool Court Hearings Update

HHJ Graham Wood has published a Liverpool Court Hearings update and given some welcome information regarding the approach the civil courts in and around Merseyside and Cheshire that will take place immediately from now. The Liverpool Court Hearings update will be

Posted in Uncategorised

Knowsley SEND Mediation – update

Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon

This month’s SEND mediation update is an announcement that we have added two videos to our SEND Mediation page. These are particularly relevant to users of our Knowsley SEND Mediation and Disagreement Resolution Services. The two videos give a 60

Posted in SEND mediation

Free debt recovery letter templates

Free debt recovery letter

Mediatelegal offers more than one free debt recovery letter template to visitors to our website. Being owed money is an uncomfortable position to be in. The court system is not exactly user friendly, and can be quite daunting. Unpaid invoices

Posted in Uncategorised

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The longer a dispute continues in the workplace, the more dramatic the effect on those working in or around it.

K. Kandrac 17th December 2015

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