Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Mediation through No5 Barristers' Chambers

Resolving disputes is a resource-intensive and lengthy process, which often comes at considerable expense to the participants. With the Court’s increasing emphasis on fixed costs (resulting in unrecovered expenses even where successful) and the considerable length of time necessary to take a matter through to trial, the role of alternative dispute resolution has become a crucial aspect of modern litigation.

Mediation plays a key part in that process, and offers a quicker and more cost-effective alternative to a contested trial.

With decades of experience in resolving legal disputes, No5 have a proven track record of providing qualified, experienced Mediators to fit every form of dispute and budget. Evolving during the Covid 19 pandemic, we have adapted to offer both fully remote mediations, along with in-person meetings at our modern conference facilities in Birmingham, London, Bristol and Leicester.

With members drawn from one of the largest sets of Barristers Chambers in the county, the Mediation Group at No5 offers professional experience across a wide range of legal disputes, including but not limited to the following:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Contentious Probate, including claims under the Inheritance Act 1975,
  • Boundary and real estate disputes
  • Family Child Act & Ancillary cases
  • Company and Partnership Disputes
  • Employment Disputes
  • Personal Injury
  • Clinical Negligence.

We pride ourselves in providing an effective, streamlined service supported by a very experienced clerking team who can provide recommendations tailored to the individual requirements of your case.

If you have any queries about mediation, please visit our frequently asked questions page HERE or contact us.

 

 

 

 

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