Standard Mediation Agreement

(a) The parties to this agreement agree that communications and documents that are shared in this mediation will not be disclosed to persons who do not participate in this mediation, unless: 3. Voluntary: mediation is voluntary. Any party may, at any time, withdraw or suspend mediation for any reason. In addition, the mediator may suspend or terminate mediation if he or she believes that mediation will result in an unjustified or inappropriate outcome; that the impasse has been reached; or that it can no longer effectively act as an intermediary. For his part, the Ombudsman may continue with one or more parties after the first conclusion of mediation if the Mediator believes that there could be more potential for movement or implementation. These agreements are generally a brief summary of important issues on which the parties have agreed and use the parties` own words to explain in detail how they decided to proceed. Agreements are absolutely confidential and can be used to jog people`s memories when they return to work. As agreements are confidential, they are not legally binding and cannot be mentioned in future proceedings. (i) the person signed the agreement for mediation; (ii) that the information is otherwise public; or (iii) the person to whom the information is provided is a legal or financial advisor to a party to this agreement Participants also understand that the Ombudsman may suspend or terminate mediation if he or she believes that the mediation results in an unjustified or inappropriate outcome, if the mediator feels that a stalemate has been reached or when the mediator finds that he can no longer effectively exercise his or her role as an intermediary. Participants are jointly responsible for the ombudsman`s fees and expenses. The responsibility for the costs and costs of intermediation arises only between the participants – Authority: the parties will be personally present at the mediation.

Business units are represented by a senior executive with billing authority. Public authorities are represented by a senior person with resolution power or, in the case of a government authority such as a school board or a “selectboard” that is unable to send a total contingent, a member of the government authority with the authority to recommend in good faith the approval of a transaction by the agency, that the board approves the member`s recommendation. In cases that are controlled in one way or another by insurance agencies, in addition to the insured, a representative of the insurance agency participates with regulatory authority. “implementation authority,” the ability to access the party`s full resolution resources. b) The parties to this agreement agree that all communications and documents produced in this mediation, which are otherwise untraceable, will be shared on a non-prejudice basis and will not be in discovery: Cross-checking, used in review or otherwise, in this or other proceeding This is an agreement between the undersigned (the “parties”), and Tad Powers/Michael Marks, by MarksPowers LLP (“Mediator”) to be in mediation with the intention of going to problems related to: Confidentiality: Mediation is a comparative negotiation and will be confidential. No party may disclose the statements of other participants in mediation.