What is court-annexed mediation?

13th April 2015|Articles, Mediation|

Mediation serves as an often effective alternative dispute resolution measure which aims to reach a negotiated settlement between parties and avoid the substantial costs of litigation as well as avoiding the time delays often experienced in our court systems. In terms of the amended Magistrate Court Rules the purpose of mediation is to: Promote access


Mediation – Does it avoid the often Pyrrhic Victory of Litigation?

16th August 2012|Articles, Litigation, Mediation|

Mediation is the intervention into a dispute by an acceptable, impartial and neutral third party who assists the parties in voluntarily reaching a mutually acceptable settlement of the issues in dispute. The settlement can become binding if signed by the parties. It can be undertaken prior to litigation commencing or during the litigation process and


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