Stephen Ruttle QC
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Stephen approaches mediation, not from a lawyer’s perspective but as a problem that it is his role to help the parties try to resolve. He will do all he can to help the parties to reach agreement. Stephen believes that he brings to the process his personal conviction in the value of mediation, his enthusiasm for what he expects it to achieve, and his never-ending enjoyment in meeting new people. He does his best not only to convey these views but to help everyone have fun!
Feedback - Clients
- “You could see he was clearly someone very experienced in settling disputes.”
- “He was very friendly and business like, as well as clearly very able.”
- “He did a very good job and got a good result. He lived up to his reputation.”
- “Very good mediator, as expected.” “He reality-tested well and was very effective.”
- “Stephen Ruttle was an extremely pleasant man which helped to build a good rapport.”
Feedback - Directories
- "…in great demand for complex, cross-border and multi-party matters. He has the clout and gravitas of a high-end commercial silk, combined with great courtesy, people and communication skills."
- Legal 500 (2010)
- "combines the kudos and acumen of a top commercial silk with strong people skills" "a good listener" with "great empathy" and "immense reserves of patience"
- Legal 500 (2008)
- "…for big important disputes I always go to Ruttle, Wonderful presence, brilliant at narrowing down the issues quickly."
- Chambers & Partners (2007/8)
- "light touch" "robust charm" "facilitative negotiation style" "clear distillation of the issues" "doesn't spend hours dancing round the daffodils" "cuts to the chase" "bearing his teeth where necessary" "very pragmatic" "gets to the essence of the problem"
- The Legal 500 (2007)
- "A mediator with "charisma and bags of positive energy"."
- Chambers & Partners (2004/5)
- “An immensely capable and effective mediator” who combines a “first-class forensic ability” with a facility for “capturing the confidence of parties”.
- Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession (2001/2)
Updated: October 2015