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Posted by Killian OReilly Austin Kenny, Chair of ICMA and Killian OReilly, Council Member jointly presented a seminar to the Insurance Institute of Ireland on 02 October. The theme of the presentation was “Mediation in Insurance – a practical guide There were over 200 members of the insurance industry in attendance to hear some practical...
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Posted by Austin Kenny UK Case shows cost of failing to mediate
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The following link takes you to an interesting article from the Irish Times Mediation for McIlroy
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Posted by Austin Kenny, Chairman 31st August, 2014. Ireland’s biggest supermarket chain, Tesco, has bought some Nama loans associated with developer Michael Cotter’s highly successful Park shopping centre in Carrickmines, marking the first time that the grocery giant has done a major deal with the State agency. Tesco has also written off borrowings of up...
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Posted by Rachael Brown, Solicitor Practical Law, 11 August 2014 An article posted on the Practical Law Construction blog by Elizabeth Repper and Lee Cookson considers some of the advantages (financial and otherwise) of mediating, as well as looking at how best to prepare for the mediation of a delay claim and how best to...
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Posted by Rachael Brown, Solicitor Practical Law, 13 August 2014 This week, Practical Law Construction’s current awareness opinion blogs consider the reasonableness of an adjudicator’s fees, the advantages of mediating a delay claim and a reflection on relationships between an in-house lawyer and panel firms.
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There will be held, in October this year, a Workshop on Conflict Management Coaching. For fuller details, please contact: Mary Lou O’Kennedy Claritas CCL Ltd. Harbour View Business Centre Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Telephone 01 517 5313 Email marylou@claritasccl.ie   For full details, please see this PDF:   Workshop Flyer CINERGY Conflict Management Coaching Oct...
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Posted by Rachael Brown, Solicitor Solicitors Journal, 2 July 2014 Ministry of Justice figures show that the number of people using mediation services has declined, with a drop of 56 per cent for mediation assessments, 38 per cent for mediation ‘starts’ and 27 per cent in final agreements over the last 12 months. National Family...
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Posted by Rachael Brown, Solicitor Law Society Gazette, 30 June 2014 An increase in the inclusion of alternative dispute resolution clauses in contracts has led to parties mediating at an earlier stage of the litigation process, according to the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution; however, there remains a ‘significant’ number of cases where mediation is...
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