Agreement With Mediator

Dies ist eine Vereinbarung zwischen __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________im Folgenden “Mediator”, um in die Mediation mit der Absicht der Lösung der folgenden Probleme einzutreten: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ It`s not going to be a case. “It`s not going to be the last time in the day, I`m going to be. “It`s not going to be the last time in the day, I`m going to be. Any person who signs on behalf of a company indicates that they have the authority to attach them to the confidentiality provisions of this agreement. 3. Voluntary: Mediation is voluntary. Any party may, at any time, withdraw or suspend mediation for any reason. In addition, the mediator may suspend or terminate mediation if he or she believes that mediation will result in an unjustified or inappropriate outcome; that the impasse has been reached; or that it can no longer effectively act as an intermediary. For his part, the Ombudsman may continue with one or more parties after the first conclusion of mediation if the Mediator believes that there could be more potential for movement or implementation. After the appointment, the Ombudsman conducts a series of initial interviews with the parties, usually over the telephone. The objective of these initial contacts is to establish a timetable for the next process.

The mediator determines which documents should be made available to the parties before the first meeting, if any, and sets the timetable for the provision of these documents and the holding of the first meeting. The parties appoint and retain James C. Melamed, J.D., counsel, as mediator. The parties understand that mediation is a process of meeting agreements in which the mediator assists the parties in the common and informed agreement. It goes without saying that the mediator is not empowered to rule on the questions put to the parties. The parties understand that mediation is not a substitute for independent legal advice. Parties are encouraged to consult throughout the mediation process and it is recommended that a legal review be independent of any formal mediation agreement before signing the agreement.

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