Alternative Dispute Resolution & Training Services
About ASM PLUS
ASM PLUS offers a unique range of high quality, cost effective and time saving ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution), training and support services. Instructing us will:
- significantly cut your administrative and legal costs
- cut your time expenditure by as much as 70%
- significantly increase your productivity, turnover and profitability
We have extensive experience in the commercial, private, public and voluntary sectors and provide bespoke services that are tailored to the needs of our clients.
ASM PLUS operates both in the UK and internationally. We are flexible about where and when we work and offer our services online.
As a highly experienced organisation we are very good at what we do. If you have a problem, dispute or training issue that needs resolving we can help.
Critical Thinking from ASM Plus for international cricket – how to improve standards of play without being too critical and focusing on what really matters
By Paul Sandford, Director, ASM Plus As regular readers of ASM Plus blogs will know, as well as being a sports mediator I am an avid follower of test cricket. I have greatly enjoyed following the quite recent hard-fought test match series between England and South...
Family mediation from ASM Plus -Antonia’s estate – A worked example demonstrating how much time and money can be saved using mediation in an inheritance/probate dispute
Peter, Paul, John, Maria and Leroy Jones are siblings. Recently, their mother, Antonia, passed away leaving an estate with an estimated value of £500,000. Most of this sum is tied up in her home which is currently occupied by Maria and Leroy.
A case involving a family company which demonstrates how a facilitated meeting can effectively resolve a significant dispute and save considerable amounts of time and money.
Siblings Hazel and Jo are highly accomplished software experts and computer engineers who set up their own niche company, Prime Solutions Ltd, approximately two years ago. Because neither of them is very good at either management or marketing, a year ago they decided to engage Hazel’s brother-in-law Martin as “director of operations” and gave him a vaguely drafted brief to “sort out the accounting system” and “implement and operate a proper marketing strategy”. Martin was given a generous commission-based remuneration package and a 10% shareholding in the company with an option to purchase further shares.
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