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This is the third article in a series, reflecting on significant periods of conflict that have occurred in the world. Following Armistice Day, Denise Evans encourages mediators to reflect on the power of mediation and their individual practice.

Background

FairWay was privileged to present at the Deloitte Fast 50 event, in the presence of some of New Zealand’s greatest business minds.

Some of New Zealand’s brightest business minds and innovative organisations gathered for Deloitte’s Festival of Growth, as a culmination of the Fast 50 series which celebrates New Zealand’s fastest growing companies.

If someone is unhappy with a decision made by ACC, FairWay can help resolve their dispute in several ways.

“We wanted to make this process easier for people, so we have made some changes. We are hearing great feedback on our improved website and new submission builder,” said Bernard Lock, Client Director of FairWay’s ACC review services.

On the eve of New Zealand’s first National Day of Commemoration for the New Zealand Land Wars,  Denise Evans examines what might have happened had a mediator been involved in the negotiation of the Treaty of Waitangi.

Introduction

In this article, FairWay's Bruce Reid passionately remembers the battles of Passchendaele in World War I. He reminds us that conflict between people is inevitable, but it is how one responds to conflict that makes the difference as to whether that conflict leads to death and destruction or something more positive. 

Why iStudent Complaints dispute resolution service is important for New Zealand’s economy and how a similar dispute resolution service would be good for the education sector.

The Australia & New Zealand Education Law Association (ANZELA) Conference is being held in Sydney this week and the theme is ‘Education for a safe world.’

FairWay’s Family Dispute Resolution service is now open for longer hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Following a successful trial period, FairWay has extended its Family Dispute Resolution assessment service. The assessment service is now available until 7pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings to better suit the needs of parents and caregivers.

By Keri Morris, Client Director - Family Dispute Resolution 

Financial Dispute Resolution Service (FDRS) has appointed Trevor Slater as its new Client Director.

Trevor’s extensive expertise within the financial service sector and experience as commercial mediator, negotiator and trainer, make him a natural fit for leading Financial Dispute Resolution Service.