Civil & Commercial Mediation Services
Our Civil / Contractual Mediators
22 of our mediators specialise in contractual disputes, click on the arrows below to view all of our contractual dispute mediators, click on READ MORE to view an individual mediators full CV.
Mediator Harvinder Singh Bhurji
The lead Mediator and Director of Effective Dispute Solutions Limited is Harvinder Singh BhurjiREAD MORE
Jane encourages people to take full advantage of the mediation process and the control...READ MORE
Dispute resolution; Professional negligence including Clinical Negligence; Product Liability; personal injury...READ MORE
Sundeep Singh Bhatia
Conduct of employment law matters including unfair dismissal, discrimination and compromise agreementREAD MORE
Dr Michael Butterworth
I am available to undertake all aspects of Commercial, Civil and Community mediationREAD MORE
As a RICS accredited mediator I have mediated a number of disputes in construction and property-related matters.READ MORE
Specialisms include Construction and Civil Engineering, PFI Work, PPP Lift, Infrastructure Projects and moreREAD MORE
As a Chartered Arbitrator and Adjudicator I have issued well over 400 awards and decisions in civil & commercial disputesREAD MORE
Dr Peter Fenn
Elected member of Dispute Resolution Faculty Board at the Royal Institution of Chartered SurveyorsREAD MORE
Grants background involves both commercial and contentious aspects of the lawREAD MORE
Professional Mediator accredited by ADR Group in 2006 with 19 years experience as a civil litigation solicitor.READ MORE
Maz Adam Iqbal
Specialisms include Commercial including Debt Recovery and Contractual Disputes, Civil including Personal Injury.READ MORE
Extensive experience of advising in a range of both civil and commercial disputes from boundary disputes to...READ MORE
Joe Al Khayat
Has worked on a wide range of commercial, contract, employment, personal injury and insolvency-related disputesREAD MORE
Specialist employment practitioner covering all major aspects of employment law.READ MORE
He has a particular interest in building and civil engineering claimsREAD MORE
Founded and managed Family Mediation Department at Lyons Davidson for 11 yearsREAD MORE
Martin E Quaile
Specialisms include building and construction, environmental, property and general commercial disputesREAD MORE
Jeffrey C Rosenthal
I have been extensively involved in dispute resolution work, acting as an arbitrator, expert witness and mediatorREAD MORE
Tom has a wealth of experience in the world of litigation. He was a successful solicitor for nine yearsREAD MORE
Building, civil engineering, professional negligence, rail, marine, energy, site remediation & moreREAD MORE
Mediated commercial mediations as sole mediator, joint mediator and party representativeREAD MORE
- Sale of Goods Act 1979 disputes
- Sale & Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002 disputes
- Breach of contract disputes
- Contractual disputes
- Contract disputes
- Economic loss & specific performance disputes
Contractual / Civil / Consumer Disputes
Contract disputes relate to goods or services which are:
- Not fit for the purpose.
- Do not work.
- Have not been delivered.
- Are defective.
- Where you are the supplier and you have not been paid.
Breach of contract can have a knock on effect especially for businesses that may be relying upon goods or services to complete their responsibilities, contracts with other customers and suppliers, leading to penalties, loss of reputation and economic loss which can spiral out of control very quickly.
Birmingham Mediation Contract Dispute
Birmingham mediation was required for a contracts dispute between the Birmingham based claimants who sued the defendants for £43,500 in relation to the supply of jewellery and failure by the defendants to send the items who claimed that they had got lost in the post. The defendants were adamant that this was beyond their control and they had fulfilled their legal obligations.
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Breach Of Contract
Breach of contract was alleged over a gardening contract entered into between the claimant (a well known organisation) and defendant (the Local Authority) and further authorisation of additional work agreed by the defendant, the claimants sought payment for the unpaid balance of £122,000.00 for work in respect of 45 properties.
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