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someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences

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Being a district judge or a retired member of a government tribunal are some of the eligibility prerequisites in order to qualify for the role of mediator.
The regulations have been finalised by the Corporatisation and Compliance Department of SECP and the commission would maintain a panel of certified mediators or conciliators for this purpose.
Section member and certified mediator Karen Evans of Miami said mandating certification would be an affront to "party self-determination," and "some of the best mediators around" are not certified.
Each of our seven schools had a university student mediator mentor who collaborated with classroom teachers, school administrators, and university professors.
The mediator is restricted by both the requirements of confidentiality --as are the parties--but the mediator is also bound by impartiality, the self-determination of the parties, and is the only person at the mediation who is required to report back to the court.
36) In the discussion of her results, Douglas points to the "growing recognition that the presence and intervention of the mediator does in fact influence both the content and outcome of the parties' dispute.
Mediators continue to line up inside the Passport Department in Riyadh to complete company paperwork, especially in the morning hours.
because they think that courts will take the mediator's side, Armenia's Financial System Mediator Piruz Sargsyan said during a
While it is important to avoid rigid stereotyping, it can be helpful for the mediator to have some guide in mind without being committed to it.
Ana actually proposed a plaintiff's lawyer as a mediator, someone she's had a number of cases with but who doesn't really know this type of case.
6 September 2011 - French pharma company Servier has denied media reports that it had falsified studies for Mediator to present it as an anti-diabetes medicine and not as an appetite suppressant.
While the bicultural individual's contribution to an organisation is acknowledged (Bochner, 1981), there is limited empirical information on why individuals play the role of a cultural mediator (Taft, 1981).
Both the awards were presented for the courageous Mediators campaign on "Students Movement Against Childhood Diseases (SMACD) - a collaboration between UNICEF and Mediators.
On 5 and 6 April 2016, visits to Chisinau and Tiraspol were made by the mediators and the observers in the Permanent Conference on Political Issues in the Framework of the Negotiation Process on the Transdniestrian Settlement in the 5+2 format.
The Second Claimant was also registered as a commercial agent with the Agents and Mediators Registrar in Jordan.