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Synonyms for mediate

Synonyms for mediate

act between parties with a view to reconciling differences

occupy an intermediate or middle position or form a connecting link or stage between two others

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acting through or dependent on an intervening agency

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being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series

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Mediations by private corporate ombudspersons, however, have not fared as well in the courts, perhaps due to the fact that they are not officers of the court and generally operate only in the workplace.
2) Though many legal scholars have argued that enactment of an evidentiary privilege against disclosure of information learned during a mediation is unnecessary, as confidentiality of such information is protected by contract and by state or federal evidentiary rules, others have reasoned that these methods are insufficient to further the goals of mediated dispute resolution.
That the benefits of enacting a privilege against disclosure of confidential communications in mediation outweigh any detriments is attested to by the creation of the Uniform Mediation Act, (6) a centerpiece of which is its inclusion of a mediation privilege.
The CAF President, Issa Hayatou, has agreed to ask his executive committee to lift the ban imposed on Togo, following mediation of their dispute, in which the Togo Football Federation agreed that it had not complied with the CAF regulations.
The mediation was led by the FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, after both parties agreed to interrupt a case due to be heard by the Court of Arbitration of Sport.
11) Let us call this cluster of items the mediations of ordinary religion, which have the double function of mediating the sacred power and presence and delivering the traditioned material to the next generation.
The application of sociological and historical methods in the study of religion has confirmed the notion that finitizing and generation-bridging mediations are intrinsic and not just accidental to everyday religion.
But the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission achieved a 68 percent success rate in employment discrimination mediations in 2001 (2) and someone who files an EEOC complaint is usually pretty angry and upset.
If you're at a loss about how to handle some of these situations, a mediation process known as alternative dispute resolution can be used to resolve conflicts within your organization.
In contrast, mediations can be scheduled quickly, and the entire process can be completed in a single day.
The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution has in the past reported success rates in excess of 80 percent for its mediations.
No separate room was set aside for mediations, which occurred in the library, cafeteria, or wherever space was available at the time.
This article identifies six factors inhibiting the use of a peer mediation program in a culturally diverse junior high school.
Mediation in Europe: The European Directive and Polish
COMMERCIAL MEDIATION IN POLAND: DEVELOPING A PROMISING