Singapore Convention on Mediation

On 25 February 2021, Turkish Parliament ratified the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation. The Convention provides an effective mechanism for the enforcement of international settlement agreements resulting from mediation. As a result of Turkey’s ratification of the Convention, international settlement agreements falling under the Convention and involving assets located in Turkey may be enforced directly by the courts of Turkey. 

Turkey ratified the Singapore Convention on Mediation

ICC mediation Competition

The event gives students the opportunity to put theory into practice and to interact with some of the world’s top mediators. This unique exchange is an opportunity for professionals to enlighten and engage a new generation of mediators and mediation users through guidance, feedback and support.

ICC International Mediation Competition

Mediation Scene in Turkey

The Mediation Scene in Turkey & the European Union with Professor Dr. Vahit Bıçak, Managing Partner of Bıçak Law Firm and Founding Partner of Just and Fair

The Mediation Scene in Turkey & the European Union

İnternational mediation Turkey

Sage Mediation is pleased to announce that we have entered into a formal agreement with Just and Fair Mediation Center A.Ş to jointly promote international mediation and raise international mediation standards

MoU: Sage Mediation and Just & Fair Mediation Center

Mediation Centre

It's time!

Mediation gives the parties the freedom to put litigation aside and to enter into a negotiation in an effort to find a settlement. Anything can be tried in an effort to structure a deal, and can be abandoned if it is not acceptable without it endangering a party’s position. Parties are not committed until the deal is put into writing and signed.

Win - Win Solution: Mediation

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Mediation is a form of assisted negotiation whereby parties agree to appoint a trained, impartial third party (the mediator) to assist them to resolve their dispute.
    Mediators are not decision-makers or judges and have no personal interest in the substantive outcome of a dispute. Mediators use their expertise in communication and negotiation to help the parties make effective, informed decisions for themselves.
    Mediation can be used at any stage of a dispute. Thus, it can be chosen as the first step towards seeking a resolution of the dispute after any negotiations conducted by the parties alone have failed. Mediation can also be used at any time during litigation or arbitration where the parties wish to interrupt the litigation or arbitration to explore the possibility of settlement. Another common use of mediation is more akin to dispute prevention than dispute resolution. Parties may seek the assistance of a mediator in the course of negotiations for an agreement where the negotiations have reached an impasse, but where the parties consider it to be clearly in their economic interests to conclude the agreement (for example, negotiations on the royalty rate to apply on the renewal of a license).
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