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Voluntary out-of-court procedure to settle conflicts

Parties select their mediator completely freely and without legal guidance

Mediator is completely neutral, independent, and supports finding a solution

Mediation procedure is very flexible and individual

Maximum confidentiality and secrecy

Target is a long-term solution and a comprehensive balance of interests

Parties determine themselves the outcome of the mediation


In principle all kind of conflicts and contrary interests

High values in dispute, liabilities, and procedural risks

Very sensitive and confidential disputes

Complex and difficult cases

Lack of evidence respectively difficult presentation of evidence

Conflicts and contrary interests not being solvable by court proceeding


Saving valuable business relations

Mediation is usually much more inexpensive than a court trial

Mediation usually lasts much shorter than a court trial

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