In most mediation cases, the parties involved reach a number of agreements that help them to cooperate better. (a) The parties to this Agreement agree that communications and documents shared in this mediation will not be disclosed to persons who do not participate in mediation, unless there are links below to three types of written agreements. Each agreement is different and, in some cases, no written agreement is reached, so these serve only to illustrate. For accessibility, the following agreements have been established, but they are generally written and distributed informally before the parties leave mediation. 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. (i) the person signed the agreement for mediation; (ii) that the information is otherwise public; or (iii) the person to whom the information is disclosed is a legal or financial advisor to a party in this agreement.12 This agreement can be executed in return. 5. Planned Mediation Meeting: The contracting parties meet for mediation on 2010, starting with `a.m in the offices of `At the end of this conciliation meeting, if the matter is not resolved, the parties may hold additional meetings.
No party is bound by anything that has been said or done during mediation, unless a written agreement is reached and executed by all the necessary parties. (f) Notwithstanding the above, this agreement may be used for mediation and any written agreement reached and signed by the parties as a result of mediation may be used in any relevant proceeding, unless the parties reach a written agreement on it. This mediation is subject to the confidentiality provisions of the Administrative Dispute Settlement Act. The ADR Act focuses mainly on the protection of private communication between the parties and the Ombudsman. In general, oral communications from the parties to the Ombudsman are protected during mediation. The same applies to written communication parties that prepare for mediation and give only to the mediator. 6. Conciliation Declarations: Contracting parties send written mediation statements to the Mediator and other contracting parties at least one week before the scheduled conciliation meeting.