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Fees

Fees

Our fees typically range between £750 to £1500 plus VAT per party for an 8-hour mediation, for a dispute having a value of £1 million or less.

 

Price on application for disputes in excess of £1million.

 

You will find that our charges are highly competitive in the mediation marketplace, particularly given the experience and expertise of our panel.

 

There are no hidden charges.

 

We will provide a fixed fee quote prior to mediation that will cover:

 

  • All preparation and all pre-mediation contact by the mediator with the representatives
  • All travel time and any travel expenses of the mediator
  • Any accommodation cost of the mediator
  • Attendance on the mediation day until an agreed time (the standard fee), after which an agreed hourly rate will be incurred (a possible additional fee).

The mediation usually lasts for one day, generally 9:30am to 5:30pm (or as otherwise agreed with the mediator), though sometimes a half day is sufficient. If agreement is not reached on the day of mediation our mediators may remain involved afterwards and settlement is often achieved soon after.

 

The fee is usually met by the parties in equal shares, unless they agree otherwise.

 

The standard fee is payable in advance of the mediation and we reserve the right to delay the commencement of the mediation until the standard fee has been paid. Any additional fee is due within 7 days of the conclusion of the mediation.

 

Our panel members can sometimes provide a mediation venue. If so, they will agree the basis on which these facilities will be provided.

 

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