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

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Summary: Italian Ambassador to Lebanon Massimo Marotti Tuesday praised Prime Minister Saad Hariri's international affairs adviser, Karma Ekmekji, for joining the Network of Mediterranean Women Mediators. Marotti said in a statement that Ekmekji "will be a valuable asset for the group of capable international mediators from the extended Mediterranean region."
A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoisaid the parties concerned could suggest the name of a mediator or panel of mediators who could be considered if it decides to refer the matter formediation.
'There would be proper training of the mediator on how to deal with the issues,' the law said.
In his address to the nation on October 24, PM Imran had said Pakistan would act as a mediator in the war between the Houthi rebels and Saudi-led alliance in Yemen.
Consequently, the local KOVO PCAS trade union organisation has announced a strike alert.The mediator presented a compromise solution to the dispute on Wednesday, May 9.
Whether a judge requires parties to board the mediation train lo destination resolution or the parties "buy their own boarding passes," there are a few key principles for credit managers to follow when selecting the right mediator and participating in the mediation.
Unlike in courts where the system is adversarial, parties resolving their dispute through mediation often remain friends after the case is resolved because mediators seek to create 'win-win' situations.
Each party shall furnish to the mediator or conciliator the information as required by him in connection with the concerned issues.
The mediator's fee is known and agreed in advance and is customarily split equally between the parties.
The delegation was led by President Pakistan Mediator Association Anwar Kashif.
He further observed 'who is army chief to become mediator. The army men who are fond of politics should quit army and come in politics.
The council also forwarded another recommendation that would --short of requiring certification--bind all mediators to the Supreme Court rules on mediator ethics and discipline.
Seven schools in an economically challenged area of an urban school district in central California implemented mentored peer mediation programs under the guidance of a university-K-12 partnership project, Mediator Mentors.
A mediation is a meeting, typically at the mediator's office or the office of one of the attorneys, where the mediator assists the parties to resolve their differences so the lawsuit can be settled without going to trial.