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In Place of Strife

The Mediation Chambers


Neighbours should mediate and not litigate

Thursday, 29th March 2012

Jonathan Ross, Head of Property Litigation at Forsters LLP writes on the particular advantages of mediation in neighbour disputes.

The Cases: In two recent decisions, the Court of Appeal expressed despair at the inability of neighbours to reach sensible compromises rather than help fund the legal profession (Oliver-v-Symons and Faidi-v-Elliot Corporation (15/16 March 2012)).

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Resolving workplace disputes

Wednesday, 7th December 2011

In a workplace setting disputes can very quickly escalate and both parties can find effective communication difficult. Mediation can cut through these problems by providing a way in which proper communication can be restored.

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Creating Confidence in Mediators and the Process: an Exploration ot the Issues, by Henry Brown

Friday, 14th January 2011

The 2010 Conference topic "Creating confidence in mediators and the process" contains some implicit assumptions and raises important issues for consideration. f one encountered a conference topic entitled "Creating confidence in lawyers and the legal process" one might well assume that there was some kind of crisis of confidence that needed attention: a root and branch examination as to the causes of the lack of confidence and an exploration as to what might need to be done to the legal process and the profession to gain or regain public confidence.

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