Rhys Clift sets out a brief outline on Mediation – what it is, how it differs from arbitration and litigation, when it should be used and why it is effective in settling disputes.
Rhys Clift sets out a brief outline on the new process of Early Intervention – what it is, why use it, how it works, how it is started, how regulated – with a few statistics to demonstrate that it works and that cases settle.
James Wilson discusses the benefits of Early Intervention as a useful addition to the mediation toolbox
Rhys Clift sets out in the attached paper (in English, French and Italian) some thoughts on mediation, its function, its place in civil justice, the likely effect of the European Mediation Directive, the role of mediation in the maritime field and views as to how mediation might develop.
James Wilson discusses the risk to a party of losing the protection of Mediation Privilege where there is ‘Unambiguous Impropriety’