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Our lead Mediator is Mr Nihal Cuppoor. Nihal has 15 years of work experience ranges from Marketing, Risk & Compliance, Corporate, Business Consultancy and Legal Adviser/Researcher. He has spent most of his PQE as in-house Legal Advisor dealing within the sphere of commercial matters. He has mediated several Civil & Commercial matters within the organisation he has been working for. Nihal is now an accredited member of ADRg and ADR-ODR International as well as lead Mediator with ADR Global. He specialises in Civil & Commercial mediation – Contractual Disputes, Franchisor-Franchisee Disputes and Personal Disputes.

He strongly believes that there is always an option if things are looked at differently. He represents that pair of fresh eyes and mind who help participants to think outside the box in the search of the best possible alternative. He leaves no stone unturned for them to see their problems from different angles to better understand their position and ascertain what could be more beneficial for them. He endeavours to make his participants feel comfortable and leave the mediation session with a sense of relief. He is well known as a problem-solver, down-to-earth and opened-minded person.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a flexible, voluntary and confidential form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), in which a neutral third party assists parties to work towards a negotiated settlement of their dispute, with the parties retaining control of the decision on whether or not to settle and on what terms. A mediator does not make judgment and anything discussed is not binding until there is a written agreement. Most importantly everything remains confidential and privileged. In the unfortunate circumstances where parties are unable to settle and decide to take this matter further to the court, none of the information discussed during the mediation session can be used as evidence. Mediator’s role is now widely known and accepted such that even courts are encouraging for mediation first before proceeding to litigation. Mediation can take place at any stage from before issuing court or arbitration proceedings through to appeal.

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