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How is Mediation Different than Arbitration?
How is Mediation Different than Arbitration?
03/15/2016 | by: Danielle | Category: Uncategorized

In Arbitration a legal tribunal hears claims and makes a determination as to which party is correct or incorrect. Arbitration is a type of private litigation that is often times agreed to as the conflict resolution method parties will use when entering into a contract. In contrast, a mediation is a system in which the parties work together, through a mediator, to craft their own resolution of the issue. Unlike in arbitration, the final decision lies with the parties in mediation.

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