Mediation can find the solution: Mediation is a dynamic, structured, interactive process where a neutral third party assists in resolving conflict between disputing parties through the use of  specialised communication and negotiation techniques. All participants in mediation are encouraged to actively participate in the process.



Our Mission

Changing the face of conflict resolution, Pyramid Ethos provides leading edge support to parties in conflict that is transformative, empowering, and compassionate. We specialise in civil,  commercial, workplace & charity disputes.


 What we do

Pyramid Ethos is a UK based consultancy, providing dispute resolution and mediation services in London, the Midlands and across the UK for businesses and individuals. Mediation resolves a high proportion of disputes, reducing the risk of potentially expensive litigation.

Examples of successful mediation cases include:

• Wills, trusts, probate and Inheritance Act claims

Partnership disputes

• Religious places of worship/Organisational disputes

• Workplace disputes:

• Discrimination (racial, gender, disability,  religion, sexual orientation)


Our Business

Our customers come first: We provide the highest quality dispute resolution services to our clients. We accomplish our mission by cultivating a professional and collegial environment and by ensuring uncompromising neutrality and the highest ethical standards throughout the process

Our Mediator

Sukhvinder is an accredited mediator and registered with the Civil Mediation Council. He has successfully observed and mediated a variety of different civil, commercial and workplace issues. These have been in addition to working full time and in between jobs.

With a career in diversity, he approaches situations with the appropriate cultural sensitivities.  Whilst his native language is English, he is also bi-lingual in Panjabi. On a voluntary basis, Sukhvinder has been involved in mediating a number of community issues, both locally and nationally.


While a mediator may charge a fee comparable to that of an attorney, the mediation process generally takes much less time than moving a case through standard legal channels. While a case in the hands of a lawyer or a court may take months or years to resolve, mediation usually achieves a resolution in a matter of hours. Taking less time means expending less money on hourly fees and costs.


While court hearings are public, mediation remains strictly confidential. No one but the parties to the dispute and the mediator or mediators know what happened. Confidentiality in mediation has such importance that in most cases the legal system cannot force a mediator to testify in court as to the content or progress of mediation. Many mediators destroy their notes taken during a mediation once that mediation has finished. The only exceptions to such strict confidentiality usually involve child abuse or actual or threatened criminal acts.


Because the result is attained by the parties working together and is mutually agreeable, compliance with the mediated agreement is usually high. This further reduces costs, because the parties do not have to employ an lawyer to force compliance with the agreement. The mediated agreement is, however, fully enforceable in a court of law.


Parties to a mediation are typically ready to work mutually toward a resolution. In most circumstances the mere fact that parties are willing to mediate means that they are ready to “move” their position. The parties thus are more amenable to understanding the other party’s side and work on underlying issues to the dispute. This has the added benefit of often preserving the relationship the parties had before the dispute.


Pyramid Ethos adheres to the EU Code of Conduct for Mediators. Our mediator is registered  with the Civil Mediation Council.  For details relating to feedback and complaints procedure, please contact  Sukhvinder at Pyramid Ethos.


Mediation increases the control the parties have over the resolution. In a court case, the parties obtain a resolution, but control resides with the judge or jury. Often, a judge or jury cannot legally provide solutions that emerge in mediation. Thus, mediation is more likely to produce a result that is mutually agreeable for the parties.


Mediators are trained in working with difficult situations. The mediator acts as a neutral facilitator and guides the parties through the process. The mediator helps the parties think “outside of the box” for possible solutions to the dispute, broadening the range of possible solutions.