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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.

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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

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

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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

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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

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Housing Disrepair claims – ADR and letters of claim

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Housing Disrepair claims mediation scheme, by Mediatelegal, can be downloaded here. In our latest guest article Elizabeth England examines issues around ADR, the failure to respond to a Letter of Claim and the Pre-Action Protocol for Housing Disrepair claims. The

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Construction Law Review – What is Practical Completion?

Construction

What is ‘practical completion’? In this article, Mediatelegal panel member Ken Salmon, also of Slater Heelis Solicitors, consider recent developments on the legal question of ‘practical completion’. There has been plenty of caselaw on this issue – perhaps mediation can

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KERRY UNDERWOOD – FAILURE TO MEDIATE AND COSTS

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Kerry Underwood provides our latest guest article. Here he considers the recent case of Gore v Naheed & Anor [2017] where the court veers away from the trend of imposing penalties where a party refuses to mediate. If you find

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Sons’ Inheritance blown on legal fees in disputed will case

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A disputed will case can be the most emotionally difficult of legal disputes. Our 3rd guest article is a review of a contested probate case brought by two brothers. It is submitted by Gina Simpson, a probate solicitor with ACSL

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Construction Update – What do NEC4 Contracts have in store for us?

Construction

The new NEC4 contracts, due out this summer, will include a number of entirely new options. Whilst we’re yet to see the new contracts, it’s clear that some of the NEC Panel’s efforts have been focused towards areas that are commonly

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Civil & Commercial Mediation in the UK 2016 – Analysis of the CEDR Seventh Mediation Audit by a Mediator

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Last year CEDR conducted a survey, receiving responses from 319 mediators. Their report states that this represents over 50% of the individual membership of the Civil Mediation Council. I’m a mediator and member of the CMC. The aim of the

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Linda Lavery, The HR Dept: "I cannot recommend them highly enough. They were brought in to resolve a complex dispute which had continued for months with no resolution. The process was managed from start to finish by Mediatelegal and with their expertise and impartiality, the conflict was resolved amicably for all parties in just 1 day. The management time and money that has been saved is incalculable."

16th August 2017

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