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Blog Archives

KERRY UNDERWOOD – FAILURE TO MEDIATE AND COSTS

Advantages of mediation

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

Posted in Articles, Commercial Mediation, General mediation, Guest Articles, Uncategorised

Refusal to mediate – are you at risk?

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A refusal to mediate – risks, rules, and cases. The recent Thakkar v Patel case once again highlighted the courts’ intention to find that a refusal to mediate, or being silent in the face of an invitation to mediate, will generally

Posted in case studies, Commercial Mediation

THAKKAR v PATEL: ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THE DANGERS OF IGNORING OFFERS TO MEDIATE

Advantages of mediation

Offers to mediate, and how they are reacted to, feature in this month’s guest article. It reviews the recent Thakkar v Patel case, and is submitted by a barrister & prolific legal blogger, Gordon Exall. We hope you enjoy it. If

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Posted in Civil Mediation, Commercial Mediation, General mediation, Guest Articles

“Taking Back Control” – why should you use Mediation?

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There’s been a lot of talk about “taking back control” recently. I won’t go anywhere near that particular debate! Instead I’d just like to discuss an area where every business can “take back control” and that is in how they

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Posted in Civil Mediation, Commercial Mediation, General mediation, Workplace Mediation

How Can Businesses Best Deal With Customer Disputes?

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In this article we consider the question: How can businesses best deal with customer disputes? The Federation of Small Businesses published a report (Tied Up 2016) recently exploring the cost of disputes to UK small businesses. In the report the

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Posted in Articles, Commercial Mediation

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15th September 2019

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