Chambers appreciates that increasingly parties wish to avoid litigation and prefer to opt for a more affordable solution, that is conciliatory in nature, to resolve their disputes.
Individual members of chambers are trained in mediation, a form of alternative dispute resolution.
Mediation is where a neutral third party (the mediator) attempts to facilitate a settlement between the parties to a dispute. This is a confidential process which is without prejudice and only becomes binding when the parties reach an agreement.
1MCB’s mediators are experienced in a wide range of disputes including but not limited to civil, commercial and family, both domestically and internationally.