Alternative Dispute Resolution Briefing: June 2024

It has been an exciting six months or so in the case law dealing with ADR – or should we now say NDR? In November 2023, the Court of Appeal handed down its landmark decision in Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council [2023] EWCA…

Dekinar Recording: Mediation in Practice

10 Things to Consider When Thinking About Mediation In yesterday’s webinar, Grahame Aldous KC and Laura Elfield provided a comprehensive overview of the mediation process. From whether you need to mediate, to how to set it up, what it should cover, how to prepare and…

Alternative Dispute Resolution Briefing: May 2023

Welcome to the first edition of the Deka ADR Team Briefing. This is a really exciting time in the history of ADR, which is increasingly at the front and centre of any litigation procedure. Lisa Dobie here considers the future of ADR, focussing on the…

How Mediation Works

“Most cases are suitable for mediation”Halsey v Milton Keynes General NHS Trust What is Mediation? Mediation means using an independent person, the Mediator, to facilitate the process of resolving a dispute. The Mediator does not act as a judge to determine the dispute nor make…

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