Clerksroom Mediation Agreement

In 2001, Paul became the ADR Group`s accredited mediator, building on his core activities in construction and real estate law. He is also a TecBar Mediator, who works at both the Association of South West Mediators and the Association of Wales – Border Counties Mediators. Paul, who has also written extensively on mediation, including several published books, has participated in a considerable number of mediations, either as a mediator or as a lawyer. Although his mediation practices are primarily based on construction and real estate disputes, he has also negotiated litigation in other areas: general franchising (z.B. franchising, merchandise and partnership sales), personal injury, estate, TOLATA and defamation. The intermediation format is not engraved in stone and may vary. However, it is effective. For claims over $1,000,000, please contact Clerks Mediation on 01823 704099 or email Lisa Rodger: rodger@clerksroom.com Training and Writing Paul has lectured and held mediation workshops in the UK, Belgium and Sweden. He is the author of numerous articles and author or contributor to several books on ADR. On request, it offers tailor-made training.

The following rates are designed for 2-part mediation If your complaint relates to an appointment made via Clerksroom, please first file a complaint with Lisa Rodger, Clerksroom`s Mediation Manager: Lisa Rodger, Clerksroom, Equity House, Blackbrook Park Avenue, Taunton, Somerset TA1 2RA. DX: 97188 Blackbrook Taunton. Tel: 0845 083 3000 E-mail: rodger@clerksroom.com. It is an effective means of resolving disputes and less costly than reopening litigation in court. Litigation should really be a last resort. It is becoming more and more popular and this is probably due not only to greater awareness, but also to the recent significant increases in court costs (April 2015, when the cost of issuing certain claims rose from 1,920 to 10,000 USD). With the encouragement of the court, it is likely that the number of mediations will continue to increase. On the day of mediation, there will usually be an open meeting at which each party will speak and all outstanding issues will be resolved. This is an opportunity for the parties to speak openly and clarify their cases. In court, you do not have the freedom to speak to the other party.

So it`s a powerful tool. Paul is both a long-time mediator and an accredited mediator.