The first issue of our newsletter, Mediation Matters, is now online! It features articles by Charles Feeny and Tony Wilson. Download and view it here. Our next edition will be online in January 2020.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud EdwardLamb contributed a whooping 7 entries.
Entries by EdwardLamb
Tony Wilson, well known Liverpool solicitor and former Senior Partner of Hill Dickinson, has joined Liverpool based Complete Mediation as a trained mediator. This follows a career of 43 years as a solicitor. Tony qualified as a mediator in 2018 and has now completed his training, including observations. He has already been invited to join […]
The existence of mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution can be traced throughout legal history, right back to when the Romans first developed a sophisticated legal system. At any moment in time, both formal and informal means of resolution co-existed. How the balance made between these two different approaches would vary from time […]
This article by Ana Samuel appeared in My Planet Liverpool in January 2018. View the PDF here TO MEDIATE OR NOT TO MEDIATE? “To be, or not to be: that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea […]
Mediation is already quicker and cheaper than more traditional legal practices, and it could be about to become a far more practical solution for businesses across the UK. A Supreme Court ruling that the imposition of fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims is unlawful is set to have an enormous impact on the number […]
Sir Winston Churchill came from a time when wit was often to be found in an elegant turn of phrase or clever use of language. Of course, there was still humour to be found in the slapstick world of Laurel and Hardy or Abbott and Costello, but the wordsmiths of the day did not need […]
Claire Labio of Complete Mediation was featured in the recent issue of Liverpool Law. View the article below or take a look at the complete issue here (Claire’s issue appears on page 21).