A global trend towards mediation: views

“Traditional” litigation as a means of dispute resolution proved to be lengthy, costly and more importantly ineffective, depending on the substance and nature of the dispute. Almost all disputes could be resolved by mediation, however, subject to the proviso that the parties are willing to participate in good faith in the mediation process. It is proposed that the mediation process would increase in popularity as an alternative means of dispute resolution. In conclusion it is submitted that an international; alternatively country based regulatory authority be established to inter alia protect the rights and interests of users by ensuring that only appropriately qualified and experienced mediators could intervene in processes.


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