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Is mediation now ‘part of the furniture’ of dispute resolution in London?

Russia, United Kingdom - June 12 2019 Dispute Resolution analysis: The recent London International Disputes Week highlighted the crucial role that mediation now plays in dispute resolution...

Straight to the point of dispute resolution

United Kingdom - February 28 2019 Osborne Clarke Disputes Partner, Adrian Lifely introduces ‘Straight to the point of dispute resolution’, a series of two minutes videos answering key...

Tips from a Mediator about how to prepare for the Mediation of your dispute

United Kingdom - December 7 2017 You may hear that most disputes are settled at Mediation, with the parties compromising their claims in order to avoid litigation. This is true, but...

Court rules that pub ‘banter’ did not amount to legally binding deal

United Kingdom - August 8 2017 On 26 July 2017 judgment was handed down in the high profile case between Jeffrey Blue, an investment banker who worked as a consultant for Sports...

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Mediation: “vindicated” claimant escapes sanction for refusal to mediate

United Kingdom - June 28 2017 A recent Court of Appeal decision has rowed back from the high-water mark of judicial encouragement of mediation. Will this case result in a pause or...