mediation vs arbitration

mediation arbitration


  • 1) negotiation to resolve differences conducted by some impartial party.
  • 2) the act of intervening for the purpose of bringing about a settlement.
  • 3) Hence, specifically, agency between parties at variance, with a view to reconcile them; entreaty for another; intercession.
  • 4) The act of mediating; action or relation of anything interposed; action as a necessary condition, means, or instrument; interposition; intervention.
  • 5) the act of intervening for the purpose of bringing about a settlement
  • 6) a negotiation to resolve differences that is conducted by some impartial party
  • 7) The state of being mediate, or of serving as a medium or means; intermediate relation; a coming between.
  • 8) In music: In Gregorian music, that part of a melody which lies between the intonation and the ending—that is, the main part of the melody.
  • 9) Means; aid; help.
  • 10) Agency between parties with a view to reconcile them or to effect some arrangement between them; entreaty for another; intercession.
  • 11) The act of mediating; intervention; interposition.


  • 1) A process through which two or more parties use an arbitrator or arbiter in order to resolve a dispute.
  • 2) In general, a form of justice where both parties designate a person whose ruling they will accept formally. More specifically in Market Anarchist (market anarchy) theory, arbitration designates the process by which two agencies pre-negotiate a set of common rules in anticipation of cases where a customer from each agency is involved in a dispute.
  • 3) The act or process of arbitrating.
  • 4) The process by which the parties to a dispute submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person or group appointed by mutual consent or statutory provision.
  • 5) the operation of converting the currency of one country into that of another, or determining the rate of exchange between such countries or currencies. An arbitrated rate is one determined by such arbitration through the medium of one or more intervening currencies.
  • 6) The hearing and determination of a cause between parties in controversy, by a person or persons chosen by the parties.
  • 7) a bond which obliges one to abide by the award of an arbitration.
  • 8) (law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)
  • 9) The hearing and determining of a cause between parties in controversy by a person or persons chosen or agreed to by the parties.


  • 1) I would put the offer that you have made to your son again and attempt to resolve the dispute using the family mediation service.
  • 2) Some churches also include a mediation or arbitration policy in their employee handbook.
  • 3) Why then are early attempts at mediation not made mandatory?
  • 4) This month it will become compulsory for all such couples to consider mediation.
  • 5) Ask him to come with you for family mediation.
  • 6) He was due to lead mediation efforts.
  • 7) We would always encourage people to try mediation before disputes come to court.
  • 8) The first thing you ought to attempt is family mediation.
  • 9) Couples must now at least consider mediation before they can go to court.
  • 10) But a mediation process would take out the emotion and cost a lot less money.
  • 11) They are now being urged to sort out their disputes through mediation.
  • 12) All attempts at mediation between mother and son failed.
  • 13) He also says he will provide more money for mediation in an effort to keep family contact issues out of the courts.
  • 14) It is a promising approach that may work well if there are enough individuals available who are trained in both mediation and arbitration.
  • 15) For that reason, consider using a mediation service first.
  • 16) As a result, lawyers are careful to advise clients to be sure that they have gone through the mediation process.
  • 17) The previous round of peace talks ground to a halt almost four years ago, and subsequent mediation efforts have failed to move the parties forward.
  • 18) On the plus side, being trained in mediation is a useful skill to have and it certainly fits in with the kind of things I do already.
  • 19) Note, The doctrine of our Saviour and his mediation is the principal doctrine of Christianity.
  • 20) The two groups are scheduled to meet in mediation Nov. 16.
  • 21) “I hope the mediation is productive,” said Chairman of the Board of Selectman Adam M. Bond.
  • 22) The description you make there of mediation is absolutely accurate, and I do have many doubts about the pleasure there is for me in that.
  • 23) These are the areas where the teacher's mediation is crucial.
  • 24) As Woods observed, "mediation is an invitation to the police officer to discourage the victim from pursuing her legal remedies and often to encourage future violence."
  • 25) The ConnectU founders fought right to the end, settling the dispute in mediation, then contesting the settlement and battling with the lawyers who had represented them in the talks.
  • 26) ‘The agency's next step is to attempt resolution through mediation.’
  • 27) ‘Less serious complaints could be dealt by agreement with the complainant, internally or through mediation.’
  • 28) ‘Should conciliation fail, the parties could then enter into mediation.’
  • 29) ‘Consequently, they are encouraging voluntary binding arbitration or nonbinding mediation in more cases.’
  • 30) ‘The parties have been in mediation for five weeks.’
  • 31) ‘Children who participate in conflict mediation on a regular basis improve in their ability to engage in the process.’
  • 32) ‘mediation has been repeatedly called for in the loyalist feud.’
  • 33) ‘The other side has consistently refused mediation, the logical solution.’
  • 34) ‘My understanding is that counsel decided in the context of failed mediation not to proceed with a pretrial.’
  • 35) ‘mediation provides an opportunity for the two parties to discuss the problem and, together, work out a solution, in an informal setting.’
  • 36) ‘These two facts combine to make the Commission an extremely important legislative actor, especially when there are inter-institutional disagreements on legislative content and mediation and brokerage are required.’
  • 37) ‘There is a difference between mediation that fails and mediation that does not even start because one party refuses to participate at all.’
  • 38) ‘For example, we will learn whether information about the benefits of mediation would be more useful later in the process of divorce and separation.’
  • 39) ‘And frankly, I think that that may not be a bad idea if it's done in a controlled manner through U.S. mediation.’
  • 40) ‘If informal mediation is unsuccessful, or the parties involved do not feel comfortable approaching one another one-on-one, the issue goes to formal mediation.’
  • 41) ‘As a result, conflicts over rights and responsibilities required intense negotiation and mediation.’
  • 42) ‘Increasing the awareness and uptake of alternative methods of dispute resolution such as arbitration, mediation and adjudication is key to an effective civil justice system.’
  • 43) ‘The Vietnamese army withdrew in 1989, and in 1991 four of the parties involved in the conflict concluded a peace treaty, under UN mediation.’
  • 44) ‘The lessons had been learnt and, through enlightened policies, respect for national sovereignty and the mediation of the United Nations, peace would prevail.’
  • 45) ‘While we hope that most disputes will then be resolved through mediation, legal action will be made possible in the last resort.’
  • 46) ‘Many forms of Hindu worship do not require the mediation of a priest.’
  • 47) ‘This approach to information retrieval still involves human mediation.’
  • 48) ‘The mechanism responsible for this pattern involves the mediation of interaction strength by microclimate.’
  • 49) ‘Further, one moment in the class-element has in the sphere of politics the special function of mediation, mediation between two existing things.’
  • 50) ‘The practice of directly connecting individual psychology and a political exigency or objective, without the mediation of moral personality, moral norms or moral reasons, has become quite widespread.’
  • 51) ‘The analysis tracks political activists in their astute mediations between myth and reality.’
  • 52) ‘Always in his own eyes weak, wretched, and vile, unworthy of the smallest blessing, he rested solely on the merit and mediation of His great High Priest.’
  • 53) ‘The idea is that with specific provision (scaffolding) and mediation (adult guidance, especially through language) children can learn at a far greater speed than otherwise.’
  • 54) ‘The good news is, however, that using integrative negotiation and peer mediation procedures to process academic material has the additional benefit of positively affecting human relations.’
  • 55) ‘Maybe in the humanities there is no recourse from representation, mediation, story-telling, and social saturation.’
  • 56) ‘Indeed, much of what humans do best - athletics, playing instruments - we do automatically and without the mediation of reflection.’
  • 57) ‘Furthermore, he holds that certain primitive emotions influence action tendencies without the mediation of propositions or concepts.’
  • 58) ‘With time the Church began to understand itself as the extension of Jesus Christ, as the place where the salvific mediation of Christ is accomplished.’
  • 59) ‘Platonism accomplishes the intellectual love of God through the mathematical mediation; Christianity renders this intellectual love flesh in the incarnation.’


  • 1) His solution is inexpensive independent arbitration.
  • 2) That offer was in line with the index recommended by the independent police arbitration tribunal last year.
  • 3) Should we take this matter to arbitration?
  • 4) Many cases are settled by arbitration before they reach the courts.
  • 5) London is already a centre for international commercial arbitration.
  • 6) She takes on an arbitration dispute with its large powerful neighbour.
  • 7) At present they enter arbitration procedures without any idea of how much they might have to pay.
  • 8) The case was heard by an arbitration panel in the summer.
  • 9) An arbitration panel will give the final verdict.
  • 10) Trading and commercial concerns use international arbitration because they prefer this method of dispute resolution to going to national courts.
  • 11) It is not a voluntary scheme because of the threat of exemplary damages for failure to use a recognised arbitration service.
  • 12) You can appeal, but there is no independent arbitration process.
  • 13) Some of the largest employers will not agree to independent arbitration, certainly in the public sector.
  • 14) When the company offered to submit the dispute to arbitration, the union refused.
  • 15) The negotiation was referred to arbitration and a tribunal recommended 2.5 per cent.
  • 16) In return, their wages are set by independent arbitration.
  • 17) It can also appear both in the Singapore courts and in domestic and international arbitration.
  • 18) Agency, but he can appeal to an arbitration panel.
  • 19) First Quantum insists it is the rightful owner and it has already taken the matter to international arbitration.
  • 20) The failure of the two sides to resolve their differences this weekend makes it more likely that a London arbitration tribunal will determine the outcome.
  • 21) Under the plan, an arbitration service for compensation claims would be established as a voluntary pilot scheme and reviewed by publishers after about a year.
  • 22) Under the cross-party charter, an arbitration service would be compulsory and permanent.
  • 23) If the Government was only willing to seek arbitration, this dispute could be resolved.
  • 24) The sprinter is training in Jamaica as he awaits the outcome of the arbitration hearing that could overturn his lifetime Olympic ban.
  • 25) If the clubs can prove that a challenge is justifiable, the FA has an arbitration procedure.
  • 26) There has been some uncertainty as to whether arbitration is a valid method for resolving these cases.
  • 27) The term "arbitration" is here used presumably in the French sense, to cover all kinds of settlement before a tribunal involving positive compliance with the decision or award.
  • 28) "Even with an all-public panel, arbitration is still an opaque process," according to a source inside FINRA, the brokerage industry's bought-and-paid-for "overseer."
  • 29) The problem with mafia or gang arbitration is not that it lacks the backing of the government.
  • 30) International arbitration is something of a poor stepchild in the US academy – we in the US are neither the primary users of it nor do we supply a particularly large share of the leading advocates (at least in private law), arbitrators, or scholars – although we do have a few domestic stars.
  • 31) Why should an investor in arbitration have to conduct research to find this declaration?
  • 32) A problem with illegal arbitration is that it can't be held up for public scrutiny.
  • 33) Starting next year we will be offering an LL.M. concentration in arbitration as part of our comparative and international LL. M programs.
  • 34) ‘The union is now calling for binding arbitration to settle the dispute.’
  • 35) ‘They voted on Monday by 55 to 27 to accept a proposal of binding arbitration in the dispute.’
  • 36) ‘Key to the deal is a compromise on arbitration to resolve disputes between growers and millers.’
  • 37) ‘Under a joint venture contract the dispute was decided by arbitration in Quebec.’
  • 38) ‘Management refused to allow arbitration while industrial action continued.’
  • 39) ‘The parties agreed to refer their dispute to one Rabbi Rosner for mediation and arbitration.’
  • 40) ‘Parliament has not abolished arbitration and litigation of construction disputes.’
  • 41) ‘Now the tiniest household decision makes motor industry arbitration seem like a cosy chat.’
  • 42) ‘In practice, the whole arbitration is going to have to be reopened and probably re-pleaded.’
  • 43) ‘Claims can be settled via mutual consent, by arbitration or by a court award.’
  • 44) ‘Seventy percent of all arbitrations are settled before the hearing, and an experienced attorney will know how to best negotiate a fair settlement.’
  • 45) ‘One of the terms of the contract is that, in the event of dispute, the claim must be referred to arbitration.’
  • 46) ‘Our conversation ended well enough, and he did suggest arbitration if I wanted it.’
  • 47) ‘The two sides have agreed to take the matter to arbitration to avoid expensive legal costs.’
  • 48) ‘It is beyond dispute that the arbitration in this case was governed by the arbitration Act.’
  • 49) ‘It then urged the union to involve the government arbitration service, Acas.’
  • 50) ‘The usual practice is to resolve problems through arbitration, it says.’
  • 51) ‘Indeed, such persons might be dissuaded from arbitration under the supervision of the English court.’
  • 52) ‘The arbitration continued and is now concluded except for the arbitrator's award.’
  • 53) ‘As in litigation, contract breach and damages must also be proved in arbitration.’

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