Mediation is a safe, confidential and flexible forum in which you have control to settle a business, commercial or personal dispute. Mediation can keep you out of court as well as various other benefits. We can help you understand how mediation works and if it’s suitable for you.
Benefits of mediation
Avoid the time, cost and stress associated with lengthy court procedures
Avoid a future dispute. Unlike the courts, who only make a judgement on what has happened in the dispute, Mediation is a platform to think about the future, a forum where you can reflect on why a dispute happens and make sure it doesn’t happen again.
You have control over the settlement. Mediation may give you a number of possible ways to move forward, and you can decide what suits you best
Our expertise includes disputes involving:
complex shareholder director issues
negligence claims against solicitors, insurance brokers, builders, architects
insurance issues of coverage, indemnity and fraud
employment contracts and breach of restrictive covenants to join a competitor
construction and building projects related disputes
landlord and tenant litigation
inheritance claims and contested probates
Commercial mediation work examples
representing client in a dispute over a ransom strip blocking a £12million property development
representation in a £1.2m landlord and tenant dilapidations claim
representation for client in a probate dispute in which the validity of a will was challenged based upon an allegation that the deceased person did not have sufficient mental capacity when the will was signed
professional negligence against solicitors
a dispute on valuation of development land subject to an option exercised by developers
a dispute arising out of an agreement for refurbishment of property to be used for student accommodation
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