Mediation in sports disputes: lessons from the UK

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Thursday, 04 July 2013 By Neil Goodrum

Mediation is quicker, cheaper, more effective and less stressful for all parties than cases brought through the civil court system or through arbitration. It is therefore particularly puzzling that this form of alternative dispute resolution is not used more in sport writes Neil Goodrum.

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Neil Goodrum

Neil Goodrum has mediated many different types of disputes, including substantial sports cases, over the last 15 years.  Neil is a member of the CEDR Chambers group of mediators, a member of the Sport Resolutions Mediation Panel and on a number of other highly regarded panels.

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