CEDR Mediation Form - Package 1

"Low-cost quality controlled mediation from the market leader"

[Please note this package is not included in the £99 Unlimited Access]

This package has been specially developed for disputes involving two parties where the value of the sums claimed do not exceed £125,000 – making it ideal for cost sensitive cases.

All mediators appointed under this programme are CEDR Accredited and quality controlled by CEDR Solve*.

Bookings cover a 10 hour period, which includes 3 hours for preparation and a 7 hour mediation day.


What does it cost?

There are two price points depending upon how much is in dispute.

• Package 1 - For claims of up to £75,000, the cost is £1,000 + VAT

• Package 2 - For claims of between £75,001 and £125,000, the cost is £2,000 + VAT. View this package instead.


How to apply:

1. Download the Application Form & Mediation Agreement by clicking on 'Buy Now' and completing payment (via Paypal or credit card). Or select Package 2 instead.

2. Locate your form within your My Documents area and complete the editable fields as instructed.

3. Upload your Supporting documentation using the 'Supporting Documentation' Button.

4. Ensure both parties have e-signed the document.

5. Click on the 'Send form to CEDR' button to submit your application.


Terms and Conditions:

1.1 We will not appoint a mediator until we have received all the fees and documents.

1.2 Parties are responsible for paying the mediation fee and for arranging and paying for room hire (minimum of three rooms), refreshments and other disbursements. The mediation fee includes mediator expenses (if any).

1.3 Once a booking is confirmed the fee is non-refundable in the event of any subsequent cancellation. Should the parties agree, the mediation process can continue for more than 7 hours with additional mediator time charged at £200 + vat per hour.

*Quality control includes taking feedback and monitoring the performance of mediators on every mediation.

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Clive Rich LawBrief

Clive Rich is a highly experienced entertainment and digital media lawyer, who has also successfully run digital businesses for companies such as Sony and Bertelsmann.

A qualified barrister, he has been a lawyer for almost 30 years and has drafted and crafted contracts for a broad spectrum of multi-nationals, major organisations and brands, including Yahoo, Apple, Napster, SanDisk, Myspace and the BBC.

He has also previously run his own legal practice, Rich Futures Ltd in association with the Top 30 UK law firm, Olswang LLP, representing a variety of technology companies and SMEs.

Clive is a qualified Mediator through the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) and a qualified Arbitrator through the Central Institute of Arbitration (CIArb) in London.

As a negotiator, he is the author of “The Yes Book: the Art of Better Negotiation”, published by Random House in March 2013. Clive has also designed and successfully launched a negotiation App called “Close My Deal”, enabling people to understand the basis of successful negotiation and apply the skills to everyday scenarios. He has provided negotiating coaching and deal making services to a wide range of large organisations and SMEs. He has also been a board member of a number of digital SMEs.

Clive is a devoted father and husband, but when he is not spending time with his family, he likes to unwind by playing golf or watching a variety of sports (football, rugby, cricket). He's a lifelong Milwall FC fan... but don't hold that against him!