Sydney Mediator

March 3, 2014

Commercial Disputes Management and Resolution – Seven Case Studies in early commercial disputes resolution

CASE STUDY 1– AN IT DISPUTE The names of the parties must be kept confidential. The facts in brief – This dispute was between a Principal IT contractor and a sub-contractor. The Principal Contractor won a major IT contract from a major client. It was worth millions of dollars. The Principal had to rely on the sub contractor to perform
March 3, 2014

The Commercial Disputes Management Centre – for Business Owners Who Prefer not to Litigate their Disputes

    FREE | NO OBLIGATION | CALL 1300 305 372   Do you have classic small business concerns?   Worried about staff disputes wasting time, money and energy? Are your suppliers too powerful to argue with, sick of fighting with them? Nervous about a customer suing you or a competitor trying to take you out? Concerned about your exposure
January 6, 2014

Mediating Business Disputes – Sydney Mediator – The Art of the Mediator

Hello, I write all my blog posts for people in business. The photo here is me pondering what I will write in this next post. My target audience are owners of an SME – a small to medium size enterprise (business). What can I say that will help them better understand how they can better help themselves to avoid disputes,
October 1, 2013


As I have mentioned in some of my other posts, for most Australian Lawyers, mediation is an event that takes place after the commercial dispute has already been filed in court. I am a Sydney Mediator and a Commercial Disputes Resolver and I know this for a fact. Yet I also know for a fact that most business owners would