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Business Mediation

Mediation between businesses or between a business and its customers has been exercised for hundreds or even thousands of years.  It is the most common type of mediation and has become even more popular in recent years as the costs of litigation have skyrocketed.

Mediation is often used to negotiate an agreement for the purchase or sale of goods between businesses. The mediator is in a unique position to steer both parties toward an amicable agreement.  It is his job to help the parties reach a equilibrium in their negotiations without each partner alienating the other.

In business mediation it is especially important to use a mediator expertly qualified in the area of dispute.  There is a broad need for mediators in many business disciplines including: insurance, finance, real estate, contracts, organization, and many others.  It is imperative that the mediator be an expert in the discipline at question but not be involved in the particular business itself to avoid any conflict of interest.


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