MEDIATE - The better way to Litigate 

 
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Welcome


Mediation Services International is a rapidly growing mediation service provider globally and in particular Guyana, the wider Caribbean and the United Kingdom.


Purpose and Vision


The purpose is to encourage parties to resolve their disputes in a timely and more cost effective manner and at the same time by the use of Mediation within the framework of the civil justice system.

With the advent of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) in the Guyana Courts on the 6th February 2017, the Courts now have the discretion to order parties to refer their matters to a Mediator in an attempt to resolve their issues. The new CPR is designed to streamline the court processes and make it more efficient while at the same time taking into account cost factors, complexity of cases and the backlog. As part of this new efficiency drive, the parties and their legal advisors must take stock of their case; examine the available evidence; consider the costs of taking the matter to court and the time involved in doing so and where possible seek to resolve the matter without the need for a court trial.

MSI vision is therefore to work with the Lawyers and their clients to help them find the path to a successful outcome of their disputes. It is clearly understood and accepted that there can never be two winners in a litigated trial. However by choosing mediation both parties can come away knowing that the decision made at the end of the process was in their hands, a WIN WIN result.
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By providing a team of highly qualified experienced and professional Mediators, the focus of MSI is to ensure that those seeking mediation services get the best possible opportunity to select a Mediator most qualified to assist them in their particular case utilising their vast knowledge, experience and leadership skills. This service is available to persons with grievances who prefer to avoid going to Court as well as those already engaged in Court litigation.


MSI can also provide Training for Mediators and conduct public awareness for Mediation and other Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods.

 

   An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation!” - Joseph Grynbaum”


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Created & Supported by: Marc Kersting

 

 




Latest News

On the 6th February 2017, the new Civil Procedure Rules 2016 were brought into effect on Guyana by the Practice direction.