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By Paul Sandford, ASM’s Principal Director and David King and Anthony Wooding, ASM’s Suffolk based Associate, David King & Anthony Wooding
Effective as of now, in addition to its London-base, Albert Square Mediation Limited has an office in Suffolk. The address of this office which is run by one of its team members, David King, is 4 Stone Street Court, Stone Street, Hadleigh, IP7 6HY and mediation facilities in Ipswich.
David will be very happy to speak to prospective clients, facilitate roundtable meetings and conduct mediations online. This office may be booked by family mediators at mutually convenient times including weekends.
David, who also practices accountancy as Guymer King is a civil mediator with a particular interest in commercial, finance, tax and also faith issues. He mediates all types of civil dispute.
David will work in tandem with Anthony Wooding who is also the Managing Partner of Kerseys Solicitors in Ipswich. His particular interest in the fields of Landlord and Tenant and Property law stand him in very good stead and he mediates all types of civil dispute and like David mediates on line.
Additionally, Anthony we now have the use of high quality, very centrally located mediation rooms in Ipswich. Ipswich has very good public transport connections and this facility will also be used by Paul Sandford and other ASM team members.
In keeping with the ASM ethos, David and Anthony are very firmly of the view that no case is too big, too small or too complicated and are both committed to providing excellent value for money. Both are excellent mediators. They adopt a quiet, intelligent approach and quickly gain parties trust, helping them to explore the options and reach settlements that they are comfortable with. David and Anthony’s knowledge and experience makes them “go to” mediators and they can take on cases on at short notice.
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In a Facebook post called the “Easter day slaughter,” alleged murderer, Steve Stephens, claims to have killed 12 people and that he “won’t stop” until his mother and another woman call him.
He posted a Facebook Live feed where he appeared to be chatting with another expressing how everyone ignored him and dismissed him, despite having a “lot of built in anger and frustration.”
The ability to express your concerns with others with a dedicated third party whose sole goal is to remain neutral and help you reach a solution that assists everyone’s needs sounds exactly like what could have benefited Stephens.
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“It’s one thing to have to go fight for your country; it’s another to have to come home and fight your country.”
On March 11-17 we’ll be hosting a hackathon (both virtual and on-site) to create solutions for veterans and those who support them. We’re calling all techies, legal experts, activists, veterans, and those who want to do their part to join us.
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Each November, the global dispute resolution community comes together for the exciting event: Cyberweek. This is an annual virtual conference dedicated to the innovations and developments in online dispute resolution. It is hosted by ADRhub.com, created and supported by The Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University School of Law. This year, Brāv was invited to join panelists from around the world in a week of compelling presentations.
From November 4th-7th, the event produced 17 live webinars, 8 discussion forums, and other activities with subjects ranging from trends in conflicts, responses to digital bullying, cyber safety, ethics in technology, and much more. Activities were available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
On November 5th, Brāv’s CEO, Remi Alli, held a webinar titled ‘How Workplace Conflicts, Domestic Violence, and Bullying are all Connected, and Why We are Finally Ready for ODR.’ Moderated by Bryan Hanson, Assistant Director at The Werner Institute, Ms. Alli spoke of these issues and how, through our work, Brāv can be at the forefront of innovative solutions in dispute resolution encompassing multiple challenges around the globe.
The information and inspiration generated from Cyberweek 2014 are an invaluable resource in addressing the needs of conflict management across all borders and ages. We are very thankful to have been a part of this crucial event, and look forward to more exciting activities in the near future.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com. Our webinar and many of the events from the week can be accessed in archival format at this address: http://www.adrhub.com/page/cyberweek-2014