Commercial Mediation Services

Alternative dispute resolution experts

The mediatesouth group at Mayo Wynne Baxter believes that most disputes can be resolved through a process of mediation. Our flexible mediation service can settle various commercial disputes that often lead to expensive and time consuming litigation.

Workplace mediation is often an effective solution for all parties involved in a dispute, and the right balance of communication and negotiation is important for achieving a satisfactory outcome for those parties involved in dispute mediation.

Commercial disputes settled by way of litigation are at best a hindrance to a businesses' ability to focus on making money. At its worst it can be a debilitating drain on time and cash flow. Our team believes that commercial mediation is often a better way to resolve such disputes. It is so effective the courts are positively encouraging potential litigants to try it before they reach the doors of the court.

How our mediation service can help you

In our experience alternative dispute resolution is one of the best ways to find a compromise. Our mediatesouth group has been at the forefront of mediation practice for many years and apply a practical, common sense approach to dispute resolution.

Having worked on a multitude of commercial disputes for various types of businesses, as well as acting on professional negligence cases, our service can easily help you. By using common sense and diplomacy in all our working relationships, our expertise in dispute mediation can be the ally in your defence case.

For more information on commercial mediation and how it can resolve your dispute, contact Helen Bell today.

Brighton office

Tel 01273 775533

Eastbourne office

Tel 01323 730543

East Grinstead office

Tel 01342 310600

Forest Row office

Tel 01342 822112

Lewes office

Tel 01273 477071

Seaford office

Tel 01323 891412

Pulborough office

Tel 01798 875358

Storrington office

Tel 01903 743201

Gatwick office

Tel 0800 84 94 101

Primary Contact

Helen Bell
Helen Bell


T | 01273 223257
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