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Mediation

Facilitative mediation encourages participants to reach a solution by assisting them in communicating and negotiating in a neutral climate of fairness and balance. A facilitative mediator provides process. This does not include legal advice or opinions concerning the merits of any offers made during negotiations.

Issues discussed during mediation are completely confidential and the mediator is legally bound by an ongoing duty of confidentiality. All discussions during mediation are without prejudice. This means that participants are not bound by any admissions, offers, or acceptance.

Settlement agreements between participants are enforceable in the courts of England and Wales.

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Mediation

CIVIL & COMMERCIAL MEDIATION


As mediators who act for clients within the U.K. and abroad, we are acutely aware of the time consuming and expensive nature of the litigation process resulting in far reaching consequences on all parties.
We mediate disputes in the following manner:
-Viewing all parties to a dispute as potential participants in reaching a settlement.
-Developing a firm understanding of the needs and objectives of each participant.
-Assisting participants discover effective and realistic ways to settle contentious disputes, in a careful, methodical, step by step process.
-Empowering participants in their efforts to move ahead in the pursuit of their professional undertakings and individual aspirations.
Overall our clients find mediation a far more effective and manageable tool than litigation which incurs ongoing stress and expenditure over an extended period of time.

WHAT IS MEDIATION?


Facilitative mediation encourages participants to reach a solution by assisting them in communicating and negotiating in a neutral climate of fairness and balance.
A facilitative mediator provides process. This does not include legal advice or opinions concerning the merits of any offers made during negotiations.
Issues discussed during mediation are completely confidential and the mediator is legally bound by an ongoing duty of confidentiality.
All discussions during mediation are Without Prejudice. Which means that participants are not bound by any admissions, offers or acceptance.
Settlement agreements between participants are enforceable in the courts of England & Wales.
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