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Dispute Mediation

Mediatelegal is now a Civil Mediation Council Registered Mediation Provider

We are delighted to confirm that Mediatelegal is now a Civil Mediation Council Registered Mediation Provider. We are one of only 55 mediation providers to have been awarded this accreditation in the UK, and the only mediation provider based in Liverpool. What Does This Mean? Receiving this accreditation means that the Civil ...
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mediation fee

Mediation Fee -what is it and when should it be paid?

If you've ever wondered at what point the mediation fee must be paid, then this article is for you. Obviously we can't speak for other mediation providers, but we'll use this article to clarify when Mediatelegal requires payment of its fees. Mediatelegal Mediation Fee - A Fixed Fee Service We've ...
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director dispute

Case Study – Director Dispute Mediation

We were recently instructed by a local accountant to our Director Dispute Mediation service in order to assist with a Director dispute involving two directors. They were also the two sole shareholders in what was a successful business. They had fallen out, and relations had soured. One Director wanted to ...
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Workplace dispute 2017 – case study

A Workplace Dispute Case Study From 2017 Joseph Mulrooney was recently asked to mediate a workplace dispute between an employee and two managers. The employer sought mediation on the recommendation of occupational health, who felt an external mediator was best placed to assist the employees. The dispute had run for ...
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mediation update

Bristow v The Princess Alexander Hospital NHS Trust – guest article by Just Costs

Bristow v The Princess Alexander Hospital NHS Trust,  & Reid v Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, are the cases reviewed by Just Costs Solicitors in our latest guest article. As ever, if you find it useful please share it using the links above. Bristow v The Princess Alexander Hospital NHS Trust ...
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neighbour disputes

Neighbour disputes & mediation radio interview

Neighbour Disputes & Mediation Back in May founder panel member Joseph Mulrooney was invited to speak with Danny Kelly on BBC Radio WM 95.6. They discussed neighbour disputes concerning wheelie bins, and the the role that neighbour dispute mediation can play in finding a quick and acceptable solution. At Mediatelegal ...
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mediation update


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 it useful, please share it with your contacts. There seems ...
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mediation update

Sons’ Inheritance blown on legal fees in disputed will case

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 Ltd Solicitors. Gina will also act for people who might ...
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mediation fee

Refusal to mediate – are you at risk?

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 be found to be unreasonable. This shouldn't be surprising news for ...
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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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