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'''Mediation''' is a
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'''Mediation''' is
   
{{Quote|[[process|[p]rocess]] of bringing parties engaged in a dispute or disagreement together to settle their differences through a meeting with disinterested party, the [[mediator]]. Unlike [[binding arbitration]], the [[mediator]] has no authority to force a [[settlement]].<ref>[[California Office of Systems Integration]], Definitions ([http://www.bestpractices.osi.ca.gov/sysacq/definitions.aspx full-text]).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[a] [[process|[p]rocess]] of bringing parties engaged in a dispute or disagreement together to settle their differences through a meeting with disinterested party, the [[mediator]]. Unlike [[binding arbitration]], the [[mediator]] has no authority to force a [[settlement]].<ref>[[California Office of Systems Integration]], Definitions ([http://www.bestpractices.osi.ca.gov/sysacq/definitions.aspx full-text]).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[a]n informal type of [[dispute resolution]] in which a [[third party]] (mediator) helps two parties come to an [[agreement]].<ref>USPTO, Glossary ([http://www.uspto.gov/patents-maintaining-patent/patent-litigation/glossary full-text]).</ref>}}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 04:29, 24 June 2016

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Mediation is

[a] [p]rocess of bringing parties engaged in a dispute or disagreement together to settle their differences through a meeting with disinterested party, the mediator. Unlike binding arbitration, the mediator has no authority to force a settlement.[1]
[a]n informal type of dispute resolution in which a third party (mediator) helps two parties come to an agreement.[2]

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