Arbitration & mediation

Intermediation or mediation is an emerging and alternative way of dispute resolution, complementary to traditional litigation. The purpose of mediation is to avoid expensive and lengthy court proceedings, with an often uncertain outcome. In arbitration, the parties voluntarily try to reach a solution that is recorded in an agreement and, if necessary, is ratified by the court, under the supervision of a neutral mediator.




Mediation in civil matters

  • disputes between insurers, insurance brokers and policyholders
  • disputes between buyers, sellers, co-owners, principals, contractors and subcontractors
  • neighbour disputes
  • disputes between tenants and letters

Mediation in commercial matters

  • disputes between companies and trade partners
  • disputes between business partners, directors and shareholders
  • disputes with financial institutions
  • family business disputes
  • invoicing conflicts

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