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Using Mediation to Resolve Clinical Negligence

Clinical negligence includes negligence that’s in relation to medication, treatment delays, wrongful diagnosis, dentistry, psychiatry, psychotherapy and counseling. Negligence is…
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Saving Costs

Probate costs are set to rise, with big money cases now incurring court fees of up to £20,000.  That’s a…
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The Pre-emptive Strike

People often talk about “fighting” each other through divorce, over financial matters or arrangements about their children. Emotions run high…
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Mediation refreshes the parts

Do you remember the Heineken advert, which claims that its beer refreshes the parts which other beers cannot reach? Well…mediation…
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Can Mediators Dress For Success?

Unlike some professions and careers, a mediator does not have a specific uniform. However, does what a mediator wears potentially…
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Building Bridges

Building bridges with apples, oranges, rhubarb and cheese   When discussing my profession, I’m often met with a comment similar…
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Active Listening

My husband recently went to his GP at my request.  “My wife says I’m going deaf”, he told the doctor…
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What do you say when you’ve said ‘hello’

The initial contact between a mediator and each party in mediation can have a significant impact on the course of…
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Try my shoes – not my digital profile

As I travel around the world, teaching mediation in Europe, Asia and Africa, I return from these experiences energised by…
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Setting them up to fail

As mediators, its our job to find acceptable ways forward for all parties in a dispute, and so it was…
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