Association of Cambridge Mediators
Telephone: 01223 370063
ACM now has three panel members who are experienced in the areas of music, copyright and entertainments. We also have the wide range of associated expertise covered by other members of our panel, including commercial / contracts, employment and finance.
Dennis Muirhead is a well-known music business figure, a former solicitor, co-founding partner of Simons Muirhead and Burton and founding chairman of the Music Managers Forum. Dennis has managed many well-known record producers and artists and is also experienced in music publishing and catalogue acquisitions.
Andrew Hildebrand is a film and television lawyer. He is a former Mishcon de Reya partner and former head of business affairs / legal at Channel 4, FilmFour and Momentum Pictures.
John Byrne formed John Byrne & Co in 1987 as a copyright / entertainments practice. He has acted for a wide variety of music business and entertainments figures, both on his own account and through Harbottle & Lewis, Hamlin Slowe and Statham Gill Davies. John practises as a litigation solicitor with a focus on mediation.
Carolyn Graham is a former director of the Southbank Centre in London. She has an arts and entertainments background and has worked as agent, as artist manager, in tour management, and in event production and promotion, and has also run festivals and her own arts management business. Her work has always involved responsibility for the management of people, of contracts, of relationships and of finance, and the negotiation skills that go with them.
For a full mediator profile click on any of the mediators' names above.
Please do not hesitate to ring us on 01223 370063 to discuss whether these or any of our other people might be suitable for your case, or email .
"Gained the trust of the parties early and her enthusiasm and determination to secure a settlement was rewarded in 'extra time'"
"I would say this was excellent, not just good"
"Mediator was extremely professional. Encouraged confronting issues and supported the discussion to ensure it was constructive."