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John Burgess FCIOB FCIArbJohn Burgess is a management, contract and training consultant with special interests in dispute avoidance, facilitation and personal development. Martin Burns BA, LLB, BarristerMartin Burns is the Director of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Dispute Resolution Services and instrumental in developing ADR training and programmes for property professionals. Charles Cory-Wright BA QCCharles Cory-Wright is a highly regarded practicing silk at the personal injury, professional negligence and construction Bar, having been appointed to the Treasury A Panel in private law in 2001. Edwin Glasgow CBE QC is a leading commercial silk and highly experienced mediator, practising in public inquiry, human rights law, insurance, personal injury, professional negligence and sports law. David Miles lectures on ADR at Reading University and is on the training faculty of the Technology and Construction Solicitors Association (TeCSA). Philip Naughton QCPhilip Naughton is a practising barrister with an international practice specialising in commercial, construction and engineering law and professional negligence. Andrew is a Partner of Pinsent Masons with responsibility for Risk Management and Professional Indemnity issues. Paul is a Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Arbitrator who has 40 years experience in the valuation of commercial and residential property predominantly in the private and public sectors in the UK; but also in South Africa undertaking property asset management.
Joined the Scottish Office in 1992 working on Housing and Urban Regeneration Policy, then headed up the Management of Change Unit.
Appointed a member of the University Court at Stirling 2005-13 and chair of the Finance and Research Committee from 2008-2012. Dr Ian C Elliott is a lecturer and programme leader of the Postgraduate Certificate in Public Services Governance at Queen Margaret University. In addition to programme leadership Ian teaches across undergraduate, MSc and MBA programmes in subjects including operations management, economics and strategy.
Ian is also Chair of Dads Rock, Scotland's only network of free playgroups for dads and kids.
Eddie Frizzell is Chair of Court at the University of Abertay,  a Non-Executive Director of the Scottish Ambulance Service, a visiting professor at Queen Margaret University and Chair of Trefoil (a registered charity in Edinburgh). Eddie is a former senior civil servant, retired from the post of Head of the Scottish Executive’s Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning Department. Eddie was, until February 2008, an external member of HM Prison Service Audit Committee (England and Wales). Carolyn Hirst is a former Deputy Scottish Public Services Ombudsman, serving a term of office from the formation of the SPSO in 2002 until 2007. Carolyn now works part-time at Queen Margaret University as a Lecturer in Ombudsman and Complaint Handling Practice, where she designs and delivers courses relating to complaints and conflict resolution. Prior to establishing Baccus Consulting, Lynda was Head of External Affairs at Pfizer with responsibility for all aspects of External Affairs for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Before working in the pharmaceutical sector with Pfizer, Lynda spent twenty years in the NHS as a nurse and a manager and three years as Regional Manager of the Institute of Health Services Managers (now Institute of Healthcare Managers) and has a strong working knowledge of the NHS and the public sector, its successes and challenges. GRUR - Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht a) GRUR alleineb) mit GRUR Int.c) mit GRUR Int.

Bitte beachten Sie folgenden Hinweis:Wenn Rechnung und Lieferung an getrennte Orte zu senden sind, so entsteht zusatzlich eine Direktbeorderungsgebuhr, deren Hohe sich aus der Anzahl der im Berechnungszeitraum zu liefernden Hefte ergibt. He is part of CEDR's Mediator Training Faculty and a member of the Panel of Independent Mediators, comprising some of the most experienced mediators in the UK.
Professor Palmer is the co-author, with Professor Simon Roberts of the leading academic text book Dispute Processes: ADR and the Primary Forms of Decision-Making (CUP 2005). He is an accredited mediator, Director of ADR Net Limited and a member of the panel of mediators run by In Place of Strife. He is an elite Clerksroom mediator and has mediated cases involving boundary, party wall, easement and neighbourhood disputes, service charges both commercial and residential, landlord and tenant matters, valuations for easements, negligent surveys and valuations, misrepresentation and misdescription claims, construction contracts, commercial contracts and family child contact disputes.
As an internationally recognised coach and facilitator in the fields of negotiation, mediation and communication, he has worked with leading athletes and coaches, politicians and government, senior executives, lawyers and many other professionals. Leads the Scottish Parliamentary Service which is responsible for delivering all services to the Parliament and its Members.
Previous roles included Chief Executive, Scottish Prison Service and Director, Locate in Scotland, the inward investment attraction agency. From 2007-2009, he led an Independent Inquiry into the former Kerelaw Residential School, which was run by Glasgow City Council. Before this, Carolyn worked in social rented housing for nearly 20 years, latterly as Deputy Director of a Housing and Care Organisation in Scotland.
Carolyn is also an independent consultant with her own business, Hirstworks, where she works as a mediator, workplace and complaints investigator, complaints reviewer, trainer, coach and independent researcher.
His responsibilities in Scotland include raising awareness of the Data Protection Act and related legislation, influencing policy and practice in all organisations handling personal data and providing advice and guidance on specific data protection queries. During her ten years with Pfizer, Lynda managed a number of highly successful partnership relationships and sought to identify new approaches to policy development in her field. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. A graduate of the Harvard Law School Negotiation Program and an NLP Practitioner, he is an Honorary Member of the Society of Construction Law and a past Chairman of both that Society and the Chartered Institute of Building Legal Services Committee.
His professional career stretches back over 35 years, and includes periods working across the UK and throughout the Middle East, Far East and South East Asia.
He has lectured widely and written numerous articles on the subject of mediation, and is co-author of ADR and Commercial Disputes. He is a Visiting Professor of Law, SPACE, University of Hong Kong, Adjunct Professor, London Law Centre, University of Notre Dame and Visiting Professor, Faculte Internationale de Droit Compare, Universitee Robert Schuman, Strasbourg. He has contributed to publications including two book chapters on Innovations in Financing Public Services and a peer-reviewed journal article in Journal of Education and Work. He also served on secondment to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as a First Secretary in the office of the UK Permanent Representative to the EU in Brussels. She has extensive Board experience and is currently the Senior Non Executive Director of a national English Housing Association.

She is currently researching the role of Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR) in Ombudsmen schemes. As well as workplace mediations, Carolyn works as a mediator with the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Mediation Panel and the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education, and is the mediation practice supervisor for Edinburgh Cyrenians. John was a co-trainer of the RICS Accredited Mediator Training Course 2007-2010 in both the UK and the UAE. He has been instrumental in establishing the SCMA training programme in asset recovery mediation under Part V of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and is often retained to mediate in such disputes. He was until 2007 Vice-Chairman of the Bar ADR Committee, and a lead participant in introducing ADR to the Judicial Studies Board seminars for English judges. Ian has previous experience at the Employment Research Institute, Scottish Government, University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Caledonian University. Carolyn also works with senior staff and boards, carrying out business process reviews, governance reviews and leadership development activities.
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He is acknowledged as one of the leading independent civil and commercial mediators and is the former Head of Littleton Chambers, and has over 38 years' experience as a practising barrister in the field of general commercial, professional negligence and employment work. He developed the Construction Conciliation Procedure, which is a cost effective dispute resolution process aimed specifically at disputes concerning residential occupiers and their builders.
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He is recognised in The Legal Directories as an expert in his field in Mediation, Commercial Litigation and Professional Negligence. He has been mediating partnership, patent, professional negligence, oil and gas energy, health services, retail, IT and regulatory disputes since 1990 and is accredited with CEDR, of which he was a co-founder and a director until 2002, the Academy of Experts, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and is a member of the International Panel of Distinguished Neutrals of the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution (New York). He is a member of the Panel of Independent Mediators and of the International Panel of Distinguished Neutrals of the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution (New York), and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He was awarded the 2007 ADR Group Mediation Award for outstanding services to mediation for his work in training mediators in India'. He is the immediate past Chairman of the Bar Council ADR Committee, and was a member of the working party which drafted the EU Code of Practice for Mediators and asked by the legal service committee of the European Parliament to give expert opinion on the proposed EU Directive on ADR.
Since 1992 he has mediated both national and trans-national disputes including some of the most complex cases concluded in Europe.
He regularly conducts training sessions for barristers and solicitors to enable them to represent their clients more effectively in mediation and recently carried out mediation training for the Hong Kong judiciary at the request of the Chief Justice.
Individual claims have been valued at in excess of £1bn and have involved as many as 17 parties involving engineering and construction, maritime, oil and gas, manufacturing contracts, insurance law and practice, fraud, supply and leasing contracts and other business issues.

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