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  • Tuesday 30 October 2018 CJC Final ADR Report: Planning for mandatory mediation Perhaps you would be better prepared to advise clients when reading the CJC Report by posing to yourself the question: “What if mediation were mandatory?”
  • Tuesday 11 September 2018 Managing Mediation I thought it interesting to share some preliminary ideas as to what might comprise a mediation checklist. What are the factors that might provide an indicator that mediation might be considered as a settlement tool? I thought it interesting to share some preliminary ideas as to what might comprise a mediation checklist.
  • Wednesday 11 July 2018 CEDR Audit 2018: the A2J issue This latest survey [raises] significant "A2J" issues (or "A2R" - access to resolution) and should provide food for thought for the CMC, CJC and other policymakers.
  • Monday 11 June 2018 Lord Chief Justice: modernisation, resolution and mediation. Other parts of the speech.....confirm a significant shift in the approach of the judiciary to civil litigation.
  • Tuesday 1 May 2018 MoJ Keen on more Fixed Costs & QOCS ........there is Government support for reforms that extend to most areas of civil justice and which would have a significant impact on lawyers, clients and the future provision of litigation services.
  • Tuesday 27 March 2018 Mandatory / Automatic Mediation? Earlier this month I attended the Civil Justice Council which held a workshop to discuss the interim recommendations and responses.......
  • Tuesday 20 February 2018 What does the ADR consumer want? A key question for the March CJC Workshop For my part the key issue that should lie at the heart of the workshop and any recommendations is to determine what the clients want?
  • Sunday 31 December 2017 Alternative Dispute Resolution:the CJC explores the options The Civil Justice Council will not have been short of reading matter over the Christmas break as it considers the various responses to its ADR Consultation.
  • Friday 3 November 2017 MAXIMISING ADR - A ONE WAY STREET The deliberate use of the word “maximised” confirms that, in the view of the senior Judiciary the question to be addressed is not whether or not ADR should be used but how much and how often...
  • Tuesday 26 September 2017 Building ADR in to Civil Justice Reform The UK civil courts have embarked on a transformative journey that is part evolutionary, part revolutionary and inevitably partly digital. In this brief article I will outline those changes that incorporate longstanding judicial support for ADR.........
  • Sunday 10 September 2017 Insurance Act Anniversary: No news is.....? At midnight on 11 August 2017 the insurers’ faithful servant expired: the last commercial insurance policy based on the Marine Insurance Act 1906 ended and on renewal the Insurance Act 2015 applied.
  • Thursday 10 August 2017 Autonomous vehicles: the Bank of England takes a Prudential View With Parliament taking a break for the summer we now have to wait until the Autumn for the Bill that will provide the legal underpinning of the changes to UK motor insurance that anticipates the introduction of autonomous vehicles.
  • Sunday 2 July 2017 Insurance Act: the first issues to be decided The Airmic Conference this year (June 2017) saw the publication of a paper considering the experience of practitioners in the ten months since implementation of the Insurance
  • Friday 23 June 2017 Andrew Marr, Mediation, Corbyn and the Maybot I was fortunate to attend the Airmic Conference (discussing mediation - amongst other things) and to be in the audience in Birmingham just a few days after the General Election to hear Andrew Marr's thoughts on the outcome and the campaigns themselves.
  • Thursday 4 May 2017 Creative Controversy, late payment and the FCA Today, Star Wars Day, May the fourth 2017, marks the completion of the reform of UK insurance law that commenced in the middle of the noughties when the Law Commission picked up the task of reforming the Marine Insurance Act 1906.
  • Monday 27 March 2017 Brexit: the return of the Italian Torpedo The letter to be delivered on Wednesday to the European Commission will have the most profound consequences for this country:
  • Friday 4 November 2016 Insurers' Empty Promise In exactly six months, on 4 May 2017, the final piece of the Insurance Act 2015 jigsaw falls in to place when the “late payment” implied term will apply to all policies entered into after that date.
  • Wednesday 12 October 2016 A "market for lemons" - the Insurance Act 2015 It is of course very early days in the history of the Insurance Act. Day 61 since implementation and a long way to go before it approaches the nearly 40,000 day life span of its predecessor.

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30 Oct 2018

CJC Final ADR Report: Planning for mandatory mediation

Perhaps you would be better prepared to advise clients when reading the CJC Report by posing to yourself the question: “What if mediation were mandatory?”

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