"If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail!"
In a lawsuit, there is at least one loser, but sometimes everyone comes out a loser. Regardless of the outcome of a process, litigations are time-consuming, nerve-racking and sometimes cost you a good reputation. In this context, alternative solutions of conflict resolution gain importance.
Mediation is an optional, structured process of constructive dispute resolution. A neutral third party (the mediator) offers the possibility of settlement by common consent that meets the parties’ interests and needs and that often diverge from their legal positions expressed.
Unlike judges or arbitrators, the mediator does not make decisions concerning the conflict on his/her own. The mediator controls the mediation process, but the clients determine the content and, in the end, the solution. Successful mediation offers significant benefits:
- Immediate dispute resolution
Conflicts in medical law occur, among others, between the shareholders of a medical office, cooperation partners, practice successors, or chief physician successors.