Learning & events
Webinar | Working with lawyers in mediation
with Hayden Wilson
Wednesday 19 June 2019 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)
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Working with lawyers in mediation
Help or hinderance? Represented clients are an almost universal presence in commercial mediations – and in many other mediation contexts. Far from being a hinderance, good counsel can be the mediator’s best friend.
This webinar will look at how to get the best from lawyers in mediations.
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About the presenter
Hayden is a partner at Kensington Swan and leads their Government and Regulatory team. Hayden specialises in helping government agencies and private sector organisations that work closely with government to resolve complex disputes and navigate through the often complex process of working with the public sector. Hayden and his team also provide crisis management support and advice in relation to government or regulatory investigations, inquiries or prosecutions.
As well as litigation, Hayden practices as a mediator with specialisation in commercial and public law disputes. Hayden initially trained with LEADR (as Resolution Institute then was) and completed further training with Pepperdine University in California, and most recently completed the Advanced Mediation - Mediating Complex Dispute programme at Harvard University. Hayden is currently Vice Chair on the Resolution Institute Board.
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