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“The existing judicial system is too costly, too painful, too destructive, too inefficient for anyone to resolve disputes... To rely on the adversarial process as the principal means of resolving conflicting claims is a mistake that must be corrected."
-The Late Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger
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How we work


The first step to resolve a dispute is to begin through mediation. MEDIATORSPOST has been created to cater to individuals, corporate sectors, Partnership Firms, Sole Proprietors, Professionals, Businessmen, Attorneys, Governmental Entities etc. to resolves disputes through ADR Method.


Alternative Dispute Resolution is the use of methods such as mediation or arbitration to resolve a dispute without resorting to litigation. It includes dispute resolution processes and techniques that act as a means for disagreeing parties to come to an agreement without resorting to litigation.


Mediation is one of the most powerful forms of ADR. Mediation is a structured negotiation process in which an independent person, known as a mediator, assists the parties to identify and assess options and negotiate an agreement to resolve their dispute.

Mediation is Highly Successful

Considering the delay, expense and an unpredictable outcome in litigations, litigants prefer to mediate. Mediation is highly successful as the process is simple, transparent and voluntary with the following benefits over a judge or arbitrator.

Benefits of mediation

  • Less time consuming
  • Cost effective
  • Flexible
  • Relatively stress free
  • Confidential
  • Results are to the satisfaction of disputants
  • Finality of outcome

Our mediators are basically highly respected and qualified profesionals from various fields such as Law, Maritime and Business Management. They are accredited mediators from the Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation.

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Achieve the desired results

  • Once settlement agreement is executed by either parties, it creates a novation in the dispute. If either party commits a breach of the settlement agreement, The aggrieved party can get the agreement executed through a court, similar to a decree of the court.




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Our Mediators
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    Maheshwary Mohan
    Chief Mentor for Mediators post, Trained Mediator, Advocate, Founder and Course Director of Co. Draft Academy of Law.

    Expertise: Intellectual property rights, Consumer, real properties, Divorce, Family, Sexual harassment at work place.

    Languages: English, Tamil and Hindi.

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    Pankaj Kumar
    Accredited Mediator and Master Mariner

    Expertise: Logistics and Community mediator

    Languages: English and Hindi.

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    Mohammad Tarique Khan
    Accredited Mediator, Fellow - Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers, Master Mariner

    Expertise: Community mediation, Family mediation, Sports mediation, Maritime mediation

    Languages: English, Hindi and Bengali

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    Suvendu Chatterjee
    Maritime Mediation Consultant, Master Mariner

    Expertise: Expert in Mediating Shipping contracts, Sales and Purchase contracts, Maritime disputes

    Languages: English, Hindi, Bengali