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  • Mediation
    Rules The Role of a Mediator The Terms Of Mediation Confidential News Mediation News P I A 13 Contact Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Mediation Problems After Mediation Problems After Mediation If a party has an issue with the terms of settlement after the Mediation has concluded and wishes to subpoena a Mediator to give evidence on what was said and agreed at the Mediation what happens A Mediator shall not be compelled to appear as a witness or expert in any pending or future adversarial or judicial proceeding involving any one or more of the parties relating in any way to the subject matter of the mediation Any notes of the Mediator are confidential to the Mediator and shall not be available to the Parties at any time or subject to subpoena for production as evidence in any arbitration judicial or other proceedings The Mediator will shred all notes after the Mediation has concluded

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  • Mediation
    Confidential News Mediation News P I A 13 Contact Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Mediation Stopping The Process Stopping The Process A Mediator should terminate mediation by agreement between the parties if a settlement is reached between the parties at any time during the Mediation if the Mediator is of the view it should be terminated The Mediator need not give any reason for the termination Reasons to terminate include a party or parties lying perpetuating a fraud discussing the commission of a criminal act threats of violence if the parties do not have respect for the process if the mediator recognises a conflict of interest between him her or a perception of bias exists as expressed by a party and if after a self analysis the mediator asks oneself have they done or said anything that could be perceived as biased to one side and if so terminate the process The issue can be

    Original URL path: http://www.andrewgubbins.ie/Mediation/Stopping-The-Process (2016-02-18)
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  • Mediation
    Stopping The Process The Golden Rules The Role of a Mediator The Terms Of Mediation Confidential News Mediation News P I A 13 Contact Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Mediation The Golden Rules The Golden Rules The golden rule for a Mediator is to listen listen listen and to not make matters worse Explain the mediation process at the beginning of the mediation and ensure all parties including the legal advisors understand what the process is and what it is not A Mediator should be unbiased fair and trustworthy and should abide by the Mediator s European Code of Conduct Use non judgemental language and ask open ended questions Maintain an atmosphere of safety and confidentiality and to keep control of the mediation and remind the parties of the agreed ground rules if necessary and give the parties the option of amending those rules should they wish To remember what aspects of a caucus is

    Original URL path: http://www.andrewgubbins.ie/Mediation/The-Golden-Rules (2016-02-18)
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  • Mediation
    Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Mediation The Role of a Mediator The Role of a Mediator The role of the mediator is to assist both

    Original URL path: http://www.andrewgubbins.ie/Mediation/The-Role-of-a-Mediator (2016-02-18)
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  • Andrew Gubbins Mediation
    Works Mediation Agreements Mediation Defined Mediation Outcome Mediation v Court Problems After Mediation Stopping The Process The Golden Rules The Role of a Mediator The Terms Of Mediation Confidential My Profile And Experience Qualifications And Achievements Qualifications And Achievements Contact Me News Mediation News P I A 13 My Profile And Experience Qualifications And Achievements MEDIATION ON CRYSTAL CASE WELCOMED CIARA CONWAY Friday August 01 2014 Labour T D for

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  • Andrew Gubbins
    Mediation Confidential FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works Mediation Agreements Mediation Defined Mediation Outcome Mediation v Court Problems After Mediation Stopping The Process The Golden Rules The Role of a Mediator The Terms Of Mediation Confidential News Mediation News P I A 13 Contact Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Contact Me Queries or if you need any information Contact Me Your Name

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  • Andrew Gubbins Mediation
    can refuse About Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Welcome Mediation Defined The essential characteristics of mediation include the provision of a neutral third party as a referee of the process and who is not focused on the outcome The Mediator facilitates the parties in exploring a range of solutions it puts the parties in control and gives the parties a role in constructing solutions Mediation is non judicial It gives no assessment or recommendation unless invited to do so by both parties and either party can accept or reject that assessment if they wish to do so The Mediator is focused on helping the parties to find a resolution to their dispute and he creates an atmosphere that promotes constructive dialogue between the parties Mediation is a voluntary out of court method of resolving disputes or conflict between two or more parties who are free to stop the process at anytime if they so wish It is an alternative dispute resolution ADR where a third party the mediator

    Original URL path: http://www.andrewgubbins.ie/indextest.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Andrew Gubbins
    The Process The Golden Rules The Role of a Mediator The Terms Of Mediation Confidential News Mediation News P I A 13 Contact Me Mediation is the art of finding a deal no one can refuse Mediation Mediation Defined FAQs About Mediation How Mediation Works The Role of a Mediator Mediation v Court The Golden Rules Mediation Agreements Stopping The Process Mediation Outcome Problems After Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Andrew Gubbins Mediation The Terms Of Mediation Confidential The Terms Of Mediation Confidential Mediation is without prejudice and confidential because it provides parties to mediation an entirely safe environment to voice their story and issues and explore options to settle the dispute in confidence that anything said will not be published out side the room or used against them in court It is because mediation is confidential and without prejudice that it can encourage parties to meet in the first place as they know it is a safe environment to meet It encourages communication and promotes an honest portrayal of their case to the other side as one side is not trying to protect information from the other Some parties can be wary of public exposure in courts or

    Original URL path: http://www.andrewgubbins.ie/Mediation/The-Terms-Of-Mediation-BRKAConfidentialBRKB (2016-02-18)
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