Mediation gives the parties the freedom to put litigation aside and to enter into a negotiation in an effort to find a settlement. Anything can be tried in an effort to structure a deal, and can be abandoned if it is not acceptable without it endangering a party’s position. Parties are not committed until the deal is put into writing and signed.
Win - Win Solution: Mediation
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I have been involved with the Just & Fair ever since its inception and have admired its development into a powerful instrument for amicable dispute resolution over the years. Its success reminds us that pressing a dispute to adjudication by litigation or arbitration is not always the best policy, and other methods of dispute settlement may be cheaper, faster and ultimately more satisfactory.
My experience with mediation has been a positive one. It really facilitates a level of communication between parties that is often not possible in litigation. The staff at the Just & Fair Mediation Centre really listen carefully to the needs of the parties and try to be accommodating. I have recommended the J & F to my clients and would be happy to do so again in future.