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If someone is unhappy with a decision made by ACC, FairWay can help resolve their dispute in several ways.

“We wanted to make this process easier for people, so we have made some changes. We are hearing great feedback on our improved website and new submission builder,” said Bernard Lock, Client Director of FairWay’s ACC review services.

On the eve of New Zealand’s first National Day of Commemoration for the New Zealand Land Wars,  Denise Evans examines what might have happened had a mediator been involved in the negotiation of the Treaty of Waitangi.


Why iStudent Complaints dispute resolution service is important for New Zealand’s economy and how a similar dispute resolution service would be good for the education sector.

The Australia & New Zealand Education Law Association (ANZELA) Conference is being held in Sydney this week and the theme is ‘Education for a safe world.’

By Keri Morris, Client Director - Family Dispute Resolution 

Financial Dispute Resolution Service (FDRS) has appointed Trevor Slater as its new Client Director.

Trevor’s extensive expertise within the financial service sector and experience as commercial mediator, negotiator and trainer, make him a natural fit for leading Financial Dispute Resolution Service.

Over the past weekend, members of FairWay’s dispute resolution team attended a workshop to enhance their mediation skills for the educational sector.

​This workshop was presented by Virginia Goldblatt and David Patten, and was held in conjunction by Massey University and the New Zealand Law Society’s Continuing Legal Education (CLE) service.

At FairWay, we are passionate about dispute resolution and we want to inspire the next generation of people working in the dispute resolution industry.

We were honoured to participate in a careers panel at an Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ) and Victoria University of Wellington Law Students’ Society (VUWLSS) student event last week.

Family Dispute Resolution is a viable option to an application for an Uplift Order as seen in Judge John Adams article Former Family Court judge: ‘Compliance isn’t optional’  

Artilce written by Senior Resolution Practitioner, Denise Evans.