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Don’t miss the detail – mediation’s elevation

Don’t miss the detail – mediation’s elevation

by Tony Allen, Solicitor, Mediator and a Director of CEDR Extracts from the Ministry of Justice’s statement on the Government’s Spending Review yesterday: “The Treasury has announced a 23 per cent reduction in Ministry of Justice spending for the next four years. These savings will result in around £2 billion in savings by the department […]

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All round the fields, of Anfield Road…

All round the fields, of Anfield Road…

By Gregory Hunt, Director of CEDR Solve & Client Relations 40 years ago I was fortunate to be born with two great privileges. The first was to be born in the great city of Liverpool. The second, and the most profound, was to be born in a family exclusively raised in the pursuit of happiness […]

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Living through a demerger – what difficult conversations lie around the corner for Fiat?

Living through a demerger – what difficult conversations lie around the corner for Fiat?

By Andy Rogers, Associate Director & Mediator, CEDR The rationale for a demerger can often be very strong and for an organisation that has very different component parts, splitting to concentrate on those separate areas can be a highly effective move. The news that such a move by Sergio Marchionne is imminent for Fiat, splitting […]

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Want you back for good?

Want you back for good?

by Graham Massie, Director of Consultancy and Mediator, CEDR The recent completion of the reunion of Nineties teen idols Take That after their 1996 split is a poignant reminder of the value of long term relationships and how hard they can be to revive once we let them slip into disrepair. Consider the comments of […]

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Was the Hutton Inquiry flawed?

Was the Hutton Inquiry flawed?

By Andy Rogers, Associate Director & Mediator, CEDR The sad death of Dr David Kelly in 2003 and the following Hutton Inquiry still has many people asking questions; therefore did the process used achieve the objective of a public inquiry – to find satisfactory answers for the public? Lord Hutton is a respected and experienced […]

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