CEDR Solve has access to neutrals who can provide parties with a preliminary assessment of facts, evidence or legal merits. This process, commonly known as Early Neutral Evaluation, or ENE, is designed to serve as a basis for further and fuller negotiations, or, at the very least, help parties avoid further unnecessary stages in litigation.
Parties interested in using the expertise of a respected evaluator can apply to CEDR Solve to appoint an independent person who expresses an opinion on the merits of the issues specified by them. This opinion is non-binding but provides an unbiased evaluation on relative positions and guidance as to the likely outcome should the case be heard in court.
We can also offer follow-up assisted negotiation or independent chairing where helpful.
All work undertaken by the evaluator would be charged at an hourly rate. Rates vary between evaluators and will typically fall into a range between £250.00 to £600.00 per hour subject the evaluators profession and experience. We can advise clients on likely fees for specific evaluators before the nomination is made.
|Claim Value||Administration Fee|
|Under £1 million||£250.00|
|Under £5 million||£500.00|
|Over £5 million||£750.00|
26 Apr 2013
May set to be busy month for CEDR
Mediator Skills Training - Fast Track – 5 June 2013
Certificate in Advanced Negotiation - Module 1/3 – 25 July 2013
Mediator Skills Training - International – 19 August 2013
Certificate in Advanced Negotiation - Module 1/3 – 12 September 2013