CEDR, the independent mediation service announced that Gregory Hunt, former Head of Business Relationships at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), has been appointed Assistant Director Sales at CEDR Solve to further grow Europe's leading mediation service.
Gregory was based at the CIArb for 12 years, where he provided consultancy services to organisations wishing to establish dispute resolution procedures using arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). He also delivered awareness training to numerous bodies from Local Authorities to tour operators and communications providers. He has also been guest speaker at conferences across Europe, Africa and the United States on behalf of the CIArb and the UK's representative, at the request of the UK Government, on key forums.
Most recently Gregory was Director of Business Development at IDRS Ltd, the CIArb's new dispute resolution subsidiary, where he spent 18 months establishing the IDRS brand.
Gregory has also written numerous articles on ADR which have been published in professional magazines and trade press.
Commenting on the appointment Karl Mackie, CEDR's Chief Executive said; "We are delighted to welcome Gregg to CEDR Solve to build on the high service standards and international reputation we have created here. I am sure that the many law firms and corporates that regularly use our services will benefit from his considerable experience and wisdom."
Notes to Editors:
CEDR Solve, the UK’s leading commercial mediation provider, is CEDR’s dispute resolution and prevention service and has managed over 13,000 dispute enquiries covering every industry sector and a wide-raging cross section of disputes and case values. Case studies are available on CEDR’s website – www.cedrsolve.com.
CEDR (the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution) is the leader in the development of neutral-assisted dispute resolution. It is a non-profit organisation and its mission is to encourage and develop cost effective dispute prevention and dispute resolution in commercial and public sector disputes and in civil litigation. CEDR operates in the UK and internationally and has been instrumental in helping to bring mediation into the heart of business practice and into the judicial system. CEDR Mediator Accreditation is recognised as an international standard.
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