About us


DMC Mediation Matters 2012 Seminar - 20 February

Mon, 30 January 2012

The next CPD seminar for Mediators, Surveyors and lawyers will be held on 20 February at Days Hotel Ruislip. These one day events are aimed at being informative, thought provoking and are an excellent opportunity to meet up with many of the people involved with Dispute Resolution being attended by those who generally supply work and those who are actively involved in Dispute Resolution.

This seminar provides 4.5 hrs Bar and SCMA accredited CPD and RICS Life Long Learning

The day will consist of : Moderated role play session hosted by Andrew Goodman of the SCMA plus 4 sessions covering 
  • Boundary disputes 'Know the facts - Jon Maynard of www.boundary-problems.co.uk;
  • Multi-party dispute mediation practical advice' - Lawrence Kormornick of Easy Dispute Resolution Ltd
  • 'Ins and outs of a Settlement Agreement' - Russell Evans of Resolve UK
  • Social networking to achieve greater profits' - Grant Vincent (Principal partner of Dispute Mediation Consultancy)
A buffet lunch and refreshment throughout the day is also included.      
Venue and date:
Days Hotel Conference Suite, Long Drive, Station Approach, Ruislip HA4 0HG Monday 20 February 2012. Cost: special price for Associates of DMC £75 (non members £110) inclusive of buffet lunch and information pack.  
To book a place, please fill in the booking form, scan and email back to carolyn@dispute-mediation.co.uk  Payment can be received by BACs FPI using the following details: Bank: Lloyds TSB, Sort Code: 30-95-99, Account: 25883168 Please ref MM2012 & delegate name(s) Alternatively print off the attached booking form, complete it and post it to us with your cheque made out to Dispute Mediation Consultancy.   

Check out the full programme

Mediation Matters 2012 CPD Seminar

Apply today

Mediation Matters Application form

Dispute Mediation

Mediation is a practical yet sophisticated process designed to address the real issues and obstacles behind conflict in reaching a commercially viable solution.

Why mediate?   >

Latest News

Read more news

Stay Updated

Sign up for our newsletter to keep up with changes in the law that may affect you or your business and be ready to meet the challenge.

Add   >