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Mediation provides a forum for a cost effective resolution to disputes with a high success rate and helping parties avoid litigation in the courts.

Mediation can be an effective way of resolving disputes and has many advantages over litigation. It can be quicker, less stressful and cheaper than going to court.

It has a high success rate with the majority of mediations settling on the day or shortly afterwards. It is a voluntary, private and confidential meeting of the parties, where, with the assistance of our mediator acting as a facilitator and an impartial third party, the parties can attempt to reach a settlement that is acceptable to all those involved.

Call our HR & Employment Law experts on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

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Philip Chapman
Director, Corporate & Commercial

Philip is a Director in the corporate team of Thursfields having joined from a long established Black Country firm, where he was a partner. Philip has also worked in Birmingham, the City of London and Paris for both national and international companies. Philip is an experienced corporate lawyer with a proactive and practical approach. His…

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Philip Chapman

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