Mediation is an informal process where a neutral third-party (referred to as a Mediator) assists the parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution of the dispute and achieving a binding settlement. The mediator’s role is to assist the parties to explore issues, needs and settlement options.

When do you need a mediator?

  • When facts and law are not clear
  • When you seek a private, informal setting
  • When you seek a timely resolution
  • When you desire to maintain a relationship with the other party
  • When you desire to retain control of the outcome rather than a judicially imposed result
  • When you need a substantive expert to serve as a mediator
  • When you do not need binding precedent

Mediation works.

Statistics show that 85% of employment and commercial disputes conclude in mutually agreed to settlements. The advantage of mediation over litigation is privacy, informality, reduced legal cost, control of outcome, and creativity of settlement terms.


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