Our Mediation Panel
Director & Mediator
Stephanie has worked in law since 2007 and is a specialist Housing Solicitor dealing with a range of housing disputes including disrepair, leasehold issues, anti-social behaviour, injunction and possession proceeding and deposit claims. She has acted for both Claimant and Defendant.
As a Solicitor and Mediator Stephanie has witnessed first-hand the stress, expense and time experienced by many of her clients who have been embroiled in legal disputes with another party. This was her inspiration to create Miers Mediations. Stephanie’s wealth of experience in the legal sector enables her to work productively as a Mediator and with our Mediation Panel across the UK.
Working as a Solicitor in litigation for some time, she has always been keen to ‘find a better way’ of resolving conflict.
Emma is a qualified and accredited mediator who brings a wealth of experience to her clients. Emma has spent her career helping to resolve disputes.
Emma is a consultant with The Family Business Consultancy and has spent over fifteen years helping those in business together resolve disputes on matters such as succession, business governance and business dynamics.
Emma spent over a decade practising as a corporate lawyer for UK top 100 law firms, during which time she acted on business acquisitions, sales and major governance projects. Emma’s work is always to help those that are hurting. Often where there is hurt, there is conflict and timely and constructive resolution of that conflict can help the parties to move forward with their lives.
Furthermore, Emma has first hand experience of housing disputes and how to resolve them. She has been a landlord for over a decade and she co owns and operates a management company.
Rebecca Tsang Mang Kin
Rebecca Tsang Mang Kin is a tri-qualified mediator, solicitor, and barrister with extensive legal and commercial experience in international matters. She has a particular focus on commercial landlord disputes, including disputes over lease renewals, rent reviews, service charges, and breaches of lease covenants. Rebecca understands that commercial landlord disputes can be complex and have a significant impact on businesses, both financially and operationally.
In addition to commercial landlord matters, Rebecca has significant experience in handling property issues more broadly. This includes disputes over property ownership, boundaries, and other real estate matters. Rebecca takes a practical and commercial approach to resolving property disputes, working closely with her clients to find practical and cost-effective solutions that address their specific needs and concerns.
Rebecca also specializes in managing difficult and complex business relationships, including shareholder-management tensions, and is often called upon to resolve co-worker disputes or support the end of a working relationship to achieve the best interests for those involved. Her experience in litigation, property issues, and commercial landlord disputes, combined with her commitment to alternative dispute resolution methods, make her a valuable asset to clients facing complex legal challenges in these areas.
Rebecca's practice is underpinned by the value of “empowering and fostering conversation” and encouraging parties to self-resolve their issues where possible. Mediation provides parties with a powerful tool to listen to each other and be heard, and Rebecca has witnessed first-hand the impact that conflict has on a business and how much of it can be avoided.