Publication date: November, 2019
In litigated matters, there is an ever-increasing drive toward mediation. While the judiciary have shied away from compulsory mediation, they have been happy to provide a very high level of pressure towards engaging with it.
There is a lot of advice for lawyers about what mediation is, rather less about how to practically prepare for it. This webinar aims to redress that balance by providing tips on the effective use of mediation including when to refuse mediation and selecting a mediator as well as assessing offers.
is a solicitor in the Landlord and Tenant team and Head of Compliance at Anthony Gold solicitors in London. He has long experience of landlord and tenant matters having worked in the area since first entering the law. He is also an active and experienced mediator. He works for a number of landlords with large residential portfolios and lettings agents as well as providing advice to key bodies such as government approved tenancy deposit schemes. David has written and spoken extensively on landlord and tenant matters, and particularly on the Housing Act 2004. He has also written a book on advising and preparing clients for mediation.