Eamon Harrington: The rise in mediation and remote mediations during Covid-19 restrictions

Eamon Harrington: The rise in mediation and remote mediations during Covid-19 restrictions

The appetite for mediation in Ireland has not been affected by the lockdowns but, instead, has given rise to a different way of resolving disputes by use of remote mediation. Video platforms are the way most remote mediations now proceed, but they are not the only means.

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