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Mediation is one of the most popular forms of alternative conflict settlement (ADR). An impartial and objective adviser works with all parties in mediation to help them find a mutually acceptable agreement or solution without going to court.

Although mediation is voluntary, it is vital to understand that declining a request to mediate may damage your position if the matter is put before a judge later.

  • Control – Because no binding decision is made during mediation, no outcome is guaranteed. Instead, the mediator collaborates with the parties to try to find a solution, but there is no assurance that the problem will be resolved. This may imply that both parties have greater influence over the solution and are not obliged to accept a conclusion with which they are dissatisfied.
  • Privacy – Litigation, the process by which disagreements are settled in court, has the potential to be a very public procedure. Unless explicitly agreed otherwise, when issues are handled out of court through mediation, they are completely secret to both parties.
  • Cost savings – Resolving conflicts in court is typically quite expensive, and the final expenses can be very unexpected. However, resolving conflicts through mediation may frequently be more faster and less expensive than going to trial.
  • Enhanced assistance – Mediation involves the use of a skilled, impartial mediator to interact with the disputing parties and assist them in working toward a solution that is acceptable to both parties. The Mediator hears all points of view, speaks with the parties alone and sometimes jointly, and helps each party through the process.
  • Relationship preservation – Resolving business or workplace disagreements is challenging enough, but going through a legal battle and the stress of the courts may make it even more difficult, placing additional strain on the relationship between both parties. Mediation, on the other hand, assists both parties in focusing on good communication with one another.

Our solicitors will ensure the opponent engages in ADR and specifically takes part in mediation. We will lead your business through the mediation process, attempting to make it as simple as possible in the hope and expectation that a solution acceptable to everyone may be reached without the need for litigation.

Why choose Quebec Law Solicitors


understand your business and and its objectives. Our solicitors will give you straightforward advice.


Disputes can be a distraction from your day-to-day business. We’ll make sure you get back to business as usual quickly.


We take time to draw up a clear litigation strategies to help you get the best result possible for your business.


Our litigation solicitors are available. We return all messages within 60 minutes.

Litigation funding


legal costs are paid by the business. Fees are typically paid on an agreed hourly basis and various disbursements and incidental costs are included.


It is possible to agreed fixed fees or capped fees for various stages of litigation. The potential advantage for the client is certainty on costs and some clients like the idea that their lawyers have some risk in the case.


This type of funding is mostly useful where money is tied up in fixed assets, such as property, which is then released after the asset is sold.


A CFA means your legal team agrees to charge a reduced fee if your case is not successful. If the case is successful normal fees (as in private funding) are charged plus a ‘success fee’.


A DBA functions similarly to a CFA, but in this case the legal fees are covered by a percentage of the damages received.


This is an insurance policy that provides pre-emptive cover for possible future legal problems. .


This is an insurance policy that is taken out after the dispute has arisen. This insurance provides cover against the risk of paying the other party’s legal costs and expenses if you lose the case.