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Mediation is the most efficient speedy and confidential alternative to stressful and wasteful litigation.
Mediation is now an important tool in the resolution of disputes and throughout the world and law practices are increasingly turning to mediation in order to resolve their client’s disputes faster and at dramatically lower costs.
Since the overwhelming majority of disputes are successfully resolved by confidential mediation and since the costs are so modest, there are few reasons not to seek an experienced mediator early in the litigation process.
Even if a court hearing is imminent, turning to mediation is almost always the best course of action.
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Anthony Salata has been involved in mediation since the early days of CEDR and is probably one of the most experienced non-lawyer mediators.
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Resolving Property Disputes In The Millenium The Blundell Memorial Lecture at the Law Society 6th June 2000 Inroduction The attractive feature of this particular lecture is that it allows us to say almost anything about the state of dispute resolution in this Millennium year and, more importantly, it is an invitation for us to talk[…]
Mediation Introduction On 26 April 1999, the Civil Justice Reforms of High Court and County Court procedure will take effect. They are likely to have a profound effect upon the conduct of litigation in England and Wales. One feature of those reforms is the approval and encouragement by the Judiciary of Alternative Dispute Resolution. ADR[…]
Arbitration Is it the only Dispute Resolution process worth considering? PLA Conference April 2004 The legal and the property professions are inherently conservative; particularly in the area of Rent Review disputes. It has always been assumed that arbitration or referral to an independent expert is the only answer but is it now the right time[…]