Mediation and Arbitration
Judicial Mediation: Which is mediation amongst both parties of a conflict, applying the rules and regulations of the law during conflict resolution, meaning the key factor of judicial mediation is the regulations of the law and not the agreement of both parties.
Conciliatory Mediation: which aims to reconcile between the perspectives of both parties to the conflict, by which the main reason behind the conflict is determined, where the mediator explains the position of each party to the other during the process. This helps reach a satisfactory agreement for both parties.
Our firm offers two separate things when resolving conflicts through mediation:
Firstly: to represent one of the parties to a conflict which is similar to representing them in front of a court of law aiming to satisfy our client before commencing judicial proceedings.
Secondly: to play the role of the mediator between the parties if selected such as arranging sessions and customary meetings between both parties to a conflict, offering relevant suggestions that satisfies both parties, without pressure or coercion, to arrive at the appropriate solutions that would dismantle the conflict. The agreement clauses are then drafted on binding electronic platforms on both parties, and in case either party fails to execute their obligations, the other party has the right to seek a court of law to execute said obligation.
“The decisions executed through the mediation process are now enforceable through the enforcement court in Saudi Arabia which will help expedite the legal process and will be cost-effective.”
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