Qasim Nawaz is a mediator and collaborative lawyer. Qasim worked at Lovells, Hammonds & HLW before receiving training at CEDR, the Coaching Academy, CPCAB and from Harvard negotiation trainers.
He oversaw the introduction of cost budgeting and revisions to the Pre=Action Protocols as member of the Civil Procedure
Rule Committee between 2008 to 2014.
Mediation feedback (see further here) typically highlights
Qasim’s strengths of bringing energy, creativity and a clearly structured
approach to the process.
In the course of his legal and mediation practice, he has worked for many ethnic groups and has experience of disputes between family members (father daughter, sisters, ex-husband & wife) and faith-based disputes as well as Chancery/Property/Real Estate Disputes; Professional Costs Disputes; Professional Negligence; Shareholder and Partnership Disputes; Unpaid commission and breach of warranty disputes; Public Law and Judicial Review; Employment/Work-Place Disputes; Restructuring/ Insolvency disputes (including ROT claims); Fraud, Asset Recovery and Corruption; Construction Disputes; Banking and Finance Litigation; Technology (IT and Telecommunications) Disputes – including domain name recovery; Media Dispute/Reputation Protection.