Mediation is a great way to resolve commercial disputes. There are some huge advantages to mediation. Here we discuss some of the significant advantages of mediation, how mediation typically unfolds and why some mediations go past midnight!

At Norling Law we are big advocates of using mediation as a mechanism to resolve disputes, where appropriate.

We are always happy to help resolve complex commercial disputes. If you would like a free 30-minute legal consultation, you can book here:

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