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Catherine Davidson


United Kingdom

Catherine Davidson is a nationally accredited mediator (NMAS) and IMI Certified mediator practising in Australia and internationally.
  • Catherine has mediated over seven hundred commercial and workplace disputes and is a member of several national mediation panels
  • She has a legal background having practised commercial litigation in Sydney and London
  • Catherine’s commercial practice includes construction, intellectual property, banking, insurance, negligence, estates, guardianship, commercial and retail leases, partnership, franchising, small business and medical matters
  • Her workplace mediations include litigated and non-litigated disputes involving bullying, performance, discrimination, and harassment in the public and private sectors across a broad range of industries including tertiary institutions, professional services firms and hospitals
  • Catherine is a Trainer for the Australian Disputes Centre’s Mediation Training Courses in Australia and Asia. She also conducts Negotiation and Conflict Management Workshops in the public and private sectors in Australia, Asia and the Pacific

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