- Legal 500 2015
If you are considering mediating you may wish to consider Patrick Walker’s CV with your legal advisers. If you have any queries do feel free to email or call Patrick. A busy workload means that he may not be able to answer your call immediately but please leave a message and he will get back to you as soon as he can.
Usually, when you are ready to mediate, your legal advisers will ask for a mediation agreement and agree a venue and date with the mediator.
The fee for the mediator is agreed and almost always divided equally between the parties.
Patrick Walker will usually offer a fixed fee mediation and rates are available on request.
Standard conditions include the following:
The parties’ legal advisers will usually agree the contents of a document bundle for the mediator’s use. It is also usual for each party to provide a ‘position statement’ – a short summary of their up-to-date position. This is usually also provided to the other party but can be for the mediator’s eyes only.
The mediator will make himself available by email and/or telephone so that preliminary matters and practical considerations such as timing, parking, refreshments and listing those who will attend, can be discussed.