We aim to help clients resolve disputes in the most cost-effective and efficient way possible. As an alternative to traditional methods of resolving disputes, mediation is a flexible, confidential and voluntary process through which, with the help of a trained mediator, dispute resolution can be achieved.
Successful mediation can save all parties involved both time and expense. It can be used in a wide range of disputes, including:
Members of our Dispute Resolution team are trained in the process of mediation and include a CEDR accredited mediator at partner level.
We provide an Alternative Dispute Resolution service tailored to your aims and suited to your circumstances and offer the full range of funding options including fixed fees, conditional fee arrangements, after the event insurance and third party funding.
We have policies in place relating to regular billing and transparency on costs, and always provide cost estimates as soon as reasonably practicable, so that each client retains a degree of control and certainty over their legal spend.
24th April 2020
25th March 2020
Earlier this month the Insolvency Service published its annual figures for the number of directors that it has disqualified in the twelve months to the end of February 2020. Continue reading »
23rd March 2020
If you are concerned about the enforceability of your business agreements in light of the Covid-19 outbreak then you need to take a close look at the terms of your commercial contracts. Continue reading »
12th February 2020
Boardroom disputes are a fact of corporate life. However, as a High Court ruling showed, careful reflection on the basis of legal advice – as opposed to knee-jerk reactions during conflict – is the best way to restore harmony. Continue reading »
3rd February 2020
The level of fraud crimes committed continue to rise within the UK. Continue reading »
27th May 2020
24th April 2020
18th March 2020
Healys LLP is monitoring developments concerning Covid-19 to ensure the wellbeing and health of its staff and clients, in line with current guidelines from Public Health England. Our offices remain open but a number of people are working remotely and we will continue to meet our clients’ needs. In the event we are required to close, we will continue to provide a service as best and practicably as possible. Continue reading »
11th March 2020
In the legal case of Freeborn v De Almeida Marcal, Healys professional negligence solicitors Jerome O’Sullivan and Daniel Winslow represented client Philip Freeborn in trial. As a result, the client succeeded and received £1.5 million in damages.