A comparative comprehensive analysis between the institution of Mediation, as it is prescribed in the Greek law 3898/2010 and the institution of Judicial Mediation, as it is prescribed in Article 214B’ of the Greek Code of Civil Procedure.

 
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2017 (EN)
A comparative comprehensive analysis between the institution of Mediation, as it is prescribed in the Greek law 3898/2010 and the institution of Judicial Mediation, as it is prescribed in Article 214B’ of the Greek Code of Civil Procedure. (EN)

Chatzis, Konstantinos (EN)

Dr. Komnios, Komninos (EN)
School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law (EN)
Prof. Kaissis, Athanassios (EN)
Dr. Papadopoulos, Thomas (EN)

The advantages of the mediation cannot and should not be overlooked. It is a win – win – win solution. Parties can settle their dispute much faster and cheaper, the courts will eventually catch a breath and the lawyers will get paid faster. Mediation is not the future. Mediation is the present we all must make good use of it. Since 1997, Greece has already been convicted more than 400 times for excessive delays and it ranks 5th amongst the forty-seven (47) countries of the Council of Europe as regards to the slow pace of the rendering of justice. It is about time to change this. The 9-month strike of the Greek lawyers hypothetically worsened the situation, but it also paved the way for a turn to the mediation institutions. Let us hope that this unique chance will not be wasted. (EN)

masterThesis

Greek Mediation (EN)
Mediation (EN)
ADR (EN)

Διεθνές Πανεπιστήμιο της Ελλάδος (EL)
International Hellenic University (EN)

2017-05-05


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