Mediation

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Mediation is the process of using a person to intervene between the disputing parties and convey / communicate between them so as to resolve a dispute / issue.

A mediator is a neutral third party and voluntarily accepts the role to bring the parties together. He organizes joint sessions and private caucuses.

Places where mediation works effectively

  • Marital disputes
  • Labor disputes
  • Business and contractual disputes
  • Disputes with/related to multinational corporations
  • Medical negligence cases
  • Environmental disputes
  • Disputes between countries

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