Compulsory Mediation: Is There an Upside?

Compulsory Mediation: Is There an Upside?

Compulsory Mediation: Is There an Upside?There are two ways in which mediation of a dispute can be made compulsory. The first is a matter of contract, in which the parties include in their dispute resolution clause a multi-step process which obliges them to go to mediation as a precondition to commencing litigation or arbitration. The second is legislation requiring all or certain cases to go to mediation before or at an early stage of litigation.

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