be aware of each other’s priorities and could help to reach a mutual understanding and even a settlement. Different types of legal cases need mediation therefore it’s crucial to be aware of what a mediator does and the different types of mediation which exist.
Mediating could be ordered by the court or through voluntary agreements between both parties to the dispute. Mediators can be brought in for cases large and small. First, let’s discuss how binding mediations and negotiated mediations look as. The binding process is seldom used. Arbitration, for instance, is where the mediator attempts to find a mutually satisfying solution.
The process of negotiation mediating requires all the parties (the mediator as well as the mediator) reaching a common agreement. This means that the mediator has no authority to render a definitive choice based on consensus like they do in a the case of a binding mediator’s decision.
For deeper insights into mediation’s role as well as specific scenarios that may apply, tune into the video we have linked above.