Dispute Resolution

DISPUTE RESOLUTION SERVICES

1. The following is a sample of the key services which RM is able to provide in assisting its Clients to resolve disputes: Claim Preparation – Formal Dispute Resolution 2….
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New “Web” Services – Cost Effective, Green Solutions

Teamviewer: Click here to view our teamviewer service page No more: Travel costs; Unproductive travel time; Delays due to traffic; Mountains of paperwork at the end of a project; and…
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Arbitration

Introduction Arbitration has been around for many years. There was an arbitration act as early as 1698 with the most recent act being the Arbitration Act 1996, which was effective…
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Mediation

Introduction Commercial mediation is a voluntary non-binding dispute resolution process in which a neutral person helps the Parties to reach a binding negotiated settlement. Over recent years, however, the courts…
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Pre-Action Protocol and Litigation

Introduction There have been considerable changes in procedures in dispute resolution over the last few years, and this includes procedures in litigation. On the 2 October 2000, the Pre-Action Protocol…
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Adjudication

Introduction From 1 May 1998 most contractors, sub-contractors and others involved in the construction industry have been able to have disputes resolved by means of adjudication under the Housing Grants…
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Claim Preparation – Formal Dispute Resolution

Introduction Dispute resolution has become more complex and technically taxing to construction related companies and as a result the cost of pursuing a claim has increased. Adjudication is a classic…
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The Quantity Surveyor – Expert Advisor and Expert Witness

Introduction In construction industry disputes it is common for experts to be appointed by solicitors to help the parties and their representatives reach a compromise agreement or, assist a judge,…
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Negotiations and Commercial Settlement of Disputes

Introduction The benefits available to Clients by negotiating commercial settlements have perhaps become more apparent since the early months of 2003. At that time, we had all experienced the inevitable…
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