Mediation is a procedure in which an intermediary without decision-making powers (themediator) systematically facilitates communication between the parties of a conflict withthe aim of enabling the parties themselves to take responsibility for resolving their dispute.Mediation is a highly flexible and adaptable process—a factor that can create challengesfor regulators. In fact, some people suggest that mediation should not be regulated at all.Yet, mediation does not and cannot exist in a regulatory vacuum.
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