No party is bound by anything that has been said or done during mediation, unless a written agreement is reached and executed by all the necessary parties. Participants also understood that the Ombudsman may suspend or terminate mediation if he or she believes that mediation results in an unjustified or inappropriate outcome, when the Mediator feels that a deadlock has been reached or when the mediator finds that he can no longer effectively exercise his or her role as mediator. 6. Conciliation Declarations: Contracting parties send written mediation statements to the Mediator and other contracting parties at least one week before the scheduled conciliation meeting. The written statements describe the positions of the contracting parties, previous comparative positions and contain all substantive documents (such as briefs, court decisions, contracts or opinions) necessary to enable the mediator to understand the dispute. The parties may also provide the mediator with a private statement (i.e. a statement that is not communicated to other parties) on issues or negotiating positions. c) Anyone who signs this document, whether or not they are involved in the litigation, accepts the confidentiality agreement. Anyone who signs on behalf of a company indicates that they have the authority to attach them to the confidentiality provisions of this agreement.
b) The parties to this Agreement agree that all communications and documents that are not found in this mediation will be shared on a non-harm basis and will not be used at the time of discovery, cross-examination, judicial or otherwise, in this proceeding or in any other proceeding if payments are not made on time, the Ombudsman may, at his sole discretion, interrupt all work on behalf of the participants, including the drafting and/or distribution of the participants, and withdraw from the intermediation. This mediation is subject to the confidentiality provisions of the Administrative Dispute Settlement Act. The ADR Act focuses mainly on the protection of private communication between the parties and the Ombudsman. In general, oral communications from the parties to the Ombudsman are protected during mediation. The same applies to written communication parties that prepare for mediation and give only to the mediator. 7. If the mediator finds that it is not feasible or appropriate to continue mediation, the mediator may terminate the proceedings after communicating his unilateral decision to the parties. These agreements are generally a brief summary of important issues on which the parties have agreed and use the parties` own words to explain in detail how they decided to proceed. Agreements are absolutely confidential and can be used to jog people`s memories when they return to work. As agreements are confidential, they are not legally binding and cannot be mentioned in future proceedings. 12.
This contract may be executed in return. 2. Legal representation: the mediator does not advise any of the parties and does not represent any of the parties. Parties must maintain their own legal assistance for legal advice. When the Ombudsman presents an assessment of a question of law or assistance in the development of a transaction agreement, this assessment or editorial support is inherent in his or her role as mediator and does not constitute legal advice for a party or a representative of a party. In most mediation cases, the parties involved reach a number of agreements that help them to cooperate better.