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Mediation can be utilized in resolving a
wide range of disputes including but not limited to the following;

·       
Banking
and Insurance related disputes
·       
Commercial
/Local dispute resolution
·       
Landlord
and Tenant matters
·       
Property
disputes
·       
Debt
recoveries
·       
Libel
and slander
·       
Administration
of Estate
·       
Employment
and Trade Disputes
·       
Construction
disputes
·       
Accident
and tort
·       
Medical
negligence
·       
Contracts
enforcement
·       
Family
disputes including marital disputes, child custody etc
·       
Succession
disputes
·       
Small
claims etc.
THE LAWYER’S ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY
IN MEDIATION
The lawyers represent their clients as MEDIATION ADVOCATES and drive the
settlement initiative. He is obligated to assist clients in evaluating and preparing
settlement options. If no settlement is reached, then the cases can either be
referred to Arbitration or taken to court.
Footnotes:*
Standing Conference Of Mediation Advocates (SCMA) *The Lagos Multi- Door
Courthouse Law (LMDC) 2007* The LMDC Practice Direction on Mediation Procedure*
The Multi Door Courthouse Code of Ethics for Mediators* Guidelines For
Enforcement Procedure *Guidelines for Court referrals to Alternative Dispute
Resolution *Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution by Stephen J.Ware
*Effective Mediation Advocacy by Andrew Goodman.*
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