Presented by Andrew Hildebrand, Mediator, and Philip Barden, ‘Mediator of the Year’. You will not find better experts to help you understand the massive advantage of mediation.
Costs and risk can make commencing court or other proceedings unattractive. On the other hand, negotiations between parties often become bogged down and discussions stall. This is where mediation comes in. Contracts and agreements often require parties to participate in mediation as a means of resolving disputes (often as a step in a “Dispute Resolution Procedure”) but those involved can be unsure about when to try mediation and how it works or how to suggest using a mediator when there’s no contractual requirement to do so. This seminar is designed to provide answers to questions and concerns you may have about the mediation process, from start to finish, as well as give you the opportunity to discuss mediation with a real life mediator!
- What is a mediation
- What is the role of a mediator and how are they appointed
- Advantages of mediation
- How does a mediation help resolve disputes
- How to use a mediator to defuse problems swiftly and improve a business relationship
- Ask the mediator
Andrew Hildebrand, Commercial Mediator, Hildebrand Mediation
Philip Barden, Partner, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Devonshires
Pauline Lépissier, Solicitor, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Devonshires
Who should attend:
This session is aimed at in house legal teams. It is being hosted as part of the InLaws Event Programme.
If you have any questions or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7880 4440