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Taking control of disputes

Mediation can help parties to solve problems to their mutual satisfaction

30th October, 2016
Colm Deignan of The Mediation Partnership

When conflicts arise between parties, whether companies, sole traders or individuals, mediation can prove far less adversarial and costly than court-based litigation. Conflicts can develop if nagging problems, often around contractual issues, remain unresolved.

“Encountering problems in business is a regular occurrence,” said Colm Deignan of The Mediation Partnership and former council member of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (MII).

“We need to overcome problems as part of our normal, day-to-day discussions...

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