• Corporate,  Mediation

    Dealing with business disputes

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    A business can face many types of disputes ranging from those that are interpersonal and involve employees, to those involving customers or vendors. Disputes between employers and employees must be handled in accordance with the law while disputes involving customers or vendors must abide by specific contract details when it comes to resolution. According to Adamslaw.ie a commercial dispute can be defined as disagreements between companies and their customers, suppliers, partners, directors and employees. Disputes between businesses can happen because of disagreements about things like how much each person owns, who owes money to who, what the terms of a…

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    Mediation,  Personal

    Mediation and separation

    There are many things to consider when you are going through a divorce or separating from your partner. One important thing to think about is mediation. Mediation can help you and your ex-partner come to an agreement about what happens…

  • Mediation,  Public

    Civic Mediation Explained

    Looking to resolve a conflict without going to court? Civic mediation (also known as civil mediation) may be a good option for you. In civic mediation, two or more parties come together with the help of a neutral third party…

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    Mediation,  Public

    How does arbitration compare to mediation?

    Mediation and arbitration are both dispute resolution processes that can be used to handle disagreements. Both mediation and arbitration involve meeting with a neutral third party who will help facilitate communication and negotiation between the parties involved. So, how does…