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Thomas is a CEDR accredited mediator, and takes great satisfaction helping parties reach a settlement out of court. Recent examples of cases where he has acted as mediator include:

  • a dilapidations claim
  • a solicitors negligence claim
  • a dispute between owners of a marina development and the neighbouring marina as to rights of way
  • a dispute between the owner of a shopping centre and a tenant over whether a break clause had been validly exercised
  • a dispute between participating tenants in a collective enfranchisement as to  their rights to share in the freehold
  • a dispute as to whether advertising hoardings were a trespass, and what damages were payable
  • a dispute as to rights of access to residential development land
  • a claim for damage to valuable works of art caused by flooding
  • dispute over rights over a common driveway
  • claim for damages for trespass and interference with easements against a backdrop of compulsory purchase
  • three party dispute involving a claim for the freehold of a property in Mayfair under the 1967 Act and a related solicitors negligence claim
  • claim on an indemnity arising out of an enterprise zone investment agreement
  • valuers’ negligence claim relating to the impact of the creation of intermediate leases on the price payable on a collective enfranchisement
  • claim for rent arrears and dilapidations
  • claim for compensation on compulsory purchase of land for highway works
  • a proprietary estoppel claim
  • a claim for possession of a farm