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Arbitration

Arbitration and Mediation Services: Expert Legal Counsel

 

Arbitration

Our lawyers provide legal counseling and representation of clients in the field of domestic, European, and international construction, trade, investment, and other arbitration proceedings.

Attorney Rok Pleterski Puharič is also the author of a scientific article titled 'Alternative Forms of Dispute Resolution in Public Procurement and Public-Private Partnerships in Slovenia,' which was published in the Romanian Arbitration Journal by Wolters Kluwer.

 

Benefits of Arbitration for Efficient Conflict Resolution

Opting for arbitration to resolve disputes brings numerous advantages. The costs of arbitration proceedings are typically lower compared to traditional court processes. Arbitration maintains confidentiality and is less formal, often proving to be faster than litigation.

 

Diverse Forms of Arbitration for Varied Needs

Arbitration caters to different types of disputes, especially in the realm of commercial and trade conflicts arising from international trade agreements. International arbitration, governed by its own rules, resolves such disputes.

Existing methods of dispute resolution include:

  • Ad hoc arbitration
  • Institutional arbitration

 

 

Mediation

Our lawyers boast extensive experience representing clients in court-associated mediation proceedings, while also offering extrajudicial mediation services across various legal domains. Attorney Nina Pleterski Puharič is a mediator and a member of the Association of Mediators of Slovenia.

 

Advantages of Dispute Resolution through Mediation

Mediation presents several benefits. Through deep collaboration, parties can achieve unanimous resolutions for contentious matters across diverse legal domains. The mediation process is typically faster and more effective than court proceedings, contributing to reduced costs.

 

Mediators: Your Guides through the Process

Mediators, as unbiased entities, lead the mediation process. Parties retain control over the course and outcome of the procedure, allowing solutions that align with their interests.

 

Features of the Mediation Process

Mediation is voluntary, allowing consent to participation to be withdrawn at any point. Parties enjoy complete confidentiality of exchanged information, fostering open communication among them, while also preventing the use of such information in court proceedings in case mediation proves unsuccessful.

 

Enforceable Solutions for a Calmer Tomorrow

Following a successfully concluded mediation process, solutions are documented as either a court settlement or a directly enforceable notarial deed. Both forms hold the power of enforceable title, just like a judgment, ensuring the efficient execution of agreed-upon terms.

 

Lawyer answers: When to Choose Mediation?

Mediation is especially recommended for resolving family law disputes, inheritance conflicts, labor and commercial disputes, and all cases where parties aim to collaboratively devise harmonious solutions, preserve relationships, and continue cooperation.

 

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