As a mediator, I am tough and have a no nonsense approach.
After 40 years of practice as a highly successful lawyer in the field of employment law, I decided to focus strictly on mediation. I have conducted mediations (dealing with employment or commercial disputes) for more than ten years. In that time, I’ve been involved in all types of employment and contractual cases.
My years of experience as a lawyer, and now a mediator, have allowed me to shape my approach into what I would describe as “no-nonsense”. This differentiates me from other mediators in the market. Specifically:
This approach has been effective for my clients, as I have a 97% + success rate.
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