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Mediators

Rebecca Attree

Rebecca is a highly effective and experienced mediator of commercial disputes both domestically and internationally. Described as “hugely impressive” and “outstanding”, Rebecca also has keen commercial acumen gained as an owner of businesses.

Michael Farrier

Michael has acted as mediator for over 20 years, helping businesses, employees and individuals resolve their disputes.

Nick Parker

Nick is an experienced mediator, having mediated over 100 cases across England and Wales in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes and for a variety of dispute values. Nick is also a very experienced dispute resolution solicitor, and as a business owner and with wider interests has a thorough understanding of practical and commercial issues.

Charles Powell

Charles is a highly experienced commercial mediator. Sources praise his “great combination of politely questioning people and being very imaginative when it comes to finding solutions”. “He is very good at finding the middle ground. For a good sound commercial mediator I’d always have him on my list”.

Jonathan Russell

Jonathan is an experienced mediator having initially trained fifteen years ago and since then has conducted well over 100 mediations.

Stephen Walker

Stephen is an active civil and commercial mediator. He mediates 40-50 mediations a year and has completed over 400 mediations.

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