Medical Practice Disputes

Typical challenges:

  • There is no formal Practice Agreement that covers the area of dispute and working relationships are breaking down
  • Positions are entrenched and show no signs of amicable settlement and continuity of the practice is in question – an outcome that no one really wants
  • The issue is centred on an unfair balance of workload and remuneration, perhaps involving a part-time partner
  • There may be a dispute over the ownership of assets
  • Reaching agreement with a retiring partner may have foundered.

 

A mediated conversation will cut through communication barriers and help draw the parties back together to hold a meaningful business-based dialogue to focus on:

  • Establishing clarity of underlying issues and interests behind the dispute
  • Preventing relationships being permanently damaged
  • Bringing dialogue to a head and finding fair settlement.

 

Other areas where mediation can help

  • A dispute over breach of supplier contract

David Fatkin

David Fatkin ACA

Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator
Registered Civil Mediation Council
Member of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Member of Lancaster Chamber of Commerce
Associate Ampios Management Partners Limited

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