We are independent out of court mediators
to help you in resolving your business disputes.
When parties can't resolve their differences directly through negotiations, we can be involved as a third party to help them in facilitating negotiations and reaching a settlement resolution acceptable to both parties. Our professional mediators are:
We are independent and impartial. The mediator treats everyone fairly, encouraging constructive communication in order to achieve a realistic workable agreement that represents a win/win outcome for both.
We are not lawyers, and we don't provide legal advice, seek an evidence, or require witness, and we don't require to review legal documents or contracts, but only brief summaries in advance to understand the case.
We are here as facilitators to help parties lower their tension and improve their communications. The mediator will try to help the parties reach a better understanding of each other, and to find their own solution that's practical, realistic, and doesn't represent a loss for their side.
We have learned our job and acquired practical experience in dealing with parties in dispute. Our mediators are certified and standing on solid ground for providing the reliable service you are comfortable to deal with.
We provide our conflict resolution services to business people, individuals or corporates. We don't provide these services to non-business contexts related to communities, families, etc. Characteristics of our mediation services are:
No recording of the mediation is made, and any notes taken for the purpose of the process will be destroyed at the end of the mediation. Nothing said during the mediation process can be used in any subsequent legal process.
Mediation is curried without prejudice, and we as mediators can't be called as witness in courts.
Mediation is an informal process. Unlike litigation, it focuses on the future without being concerned with making a judgment or establishing rights. Mediation allows people to communicate and participate fully in the making of decisions about how to resolve their dispute.
Mediation is a voluntary, informal, and flexible form of dispute resolution, in which a neutral person (the mediator) helps the parties reach an agreed settlement.
The process of mediation is private and non-binding, although the agreement reached by the parties can become a legally binding contract. The parties should be represented by individuals with enough authority to settle.
One main reason of business disputes is cultural differences. We help to bridge the cultural gap by facilitating communication in multi-lingual, and diversity aware approach.
Chartrered Institute for Arbitrators (CIArb), an international institute based in UK, with chapters around the world. Our professionals are trained and certified based on official education from CIArb.
Cairo Regional Center for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA). We reference the Meditation and Arbitration Rules issued by the cernter, and we keep involved in professional activities.
We align with the terms of Egyptian Arbitration Law for Civil and Commercial matters, number 27, for the year 1994, and its ammendments in 2000, 2008, and 2009.
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