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Paul Johnson discusses “A Positive Decision to Mediate”

In an article discussing remote mediation, Paul Johnson explains why it is "A Positive Decision to Mediate". The article was prompted by two recent decisions:  DSN v Blackpool Football Club Ltd [2020] EWHC 610 (QB) and Wales t/a Selective Investment Services v CBRE Management Services & Anor [2020] 4 WLUK 355 and the defendant's refusal to mediate.

Paul explains that although a party has a fundamental right to be heard at trial, there is, however, a variety of positive rationale to mediate, and too often we find reasons not to do something to the detriment of reasons to do something.

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