Mediating Tort Cases
Article from: TDM 6 (2015), in Conferences
Tort cases reflect much tension between the injured party and the tortfeasor. Therefore, most aggrieved parties seek revenge in court instead of mediating tort cases under much more laid back and peaceful circumstances. At least, this is a common theory in jurisprudence, however it is not always the case. The essay focuses on the problems, obstacles, challenges, success and opportunities when mediating tort cases from a Central and Eastern European (CEE) perspective. While mediation in general is a relatively new and constantly developing area of settling disputes in ...