Understanding Mandatory Mediation under the Commercial Courts Ordinance

The Commercial Courts Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Court (Amendment) Ordinance of 2018, dated May 03, 2018, has inserted section 12A to the Commercial Courts Act, 2015, contemplating pre-institution mediation and settlement, before the filing of any commercial disputes.     Section 12A (1) introduces an additional dispute resolution mechanism – mediation Read more about Understanding Mandatory Mediation under the Commercial Courts Ordinance[…]

#Infograpghic – Benefits of #Mediation

In mediation generally a third party is involved who acts as facilitator. In a typical mediation, there is always a win – win situation. Mediation comprises of an act of bringing two parties in a dispute closer together towards an agreement through alternative dispute resolution. It is a dialogue in which a neutral third party, Read more about #Infograpghic – Benefits of #Mediation[…]

Mediation – Need of the Hour

Mediation is a process of third-party involvement in a dispute. A mediator cannot impose an outcome but rather assists the disputing parties in reaching their own agreement. Mediation can be used in a wide range of disputes, including labor disputes, public policy disputes, disagreements among nations, family disputes, and neighborhood and community quarrels. According to Read more about Mediation – Need of the Hour[…]