Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Mediation is a proven way to resolve civil and commercial disputes without resorting to formal (and expensive) litigation. To find a disputes resolution solicitor who can help you, start searching Solicitors Guru today. (more...)
Mediation - the basics
Mediation is a process by which an independent third party helps parties involved in disputes to find a resolution that is acceptable to all involved. It requires the consent of all parties involved and can take place at any stage of a dispute; both prior to any court proceedings, and during court proceedings.
Mediation is the best known and most popular form of alternative disputes resolution (ADR). Advantages of mediation over litigation/arbitration can include:
- lower costs
- confidentiality, and
However,mediation will not be suitable in all cases, particularly if there is a need for:
- an urgent remedy
- a test case, or
- legal enforceability
While the court cannot force parties to settle their differences outside the courtroom, the Court of Appeal has made it clear that the courts can increase a party’s costs through sanctions if they unreasonably refuse to consider other methods of resolving their disputes.
As long as both parties to a dispute are willing to compromise and are keen to settle the case, mediation provides a cost-effective, less stressful way of resolving commercial and civil disputes.
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