The aim of mediation is to bring about an out-of-court, amicable solution to a conflict that takes into account the interests of all parties involved.
The parties work out and shape the solution to the conflict in their own interest. The mediator supports the parties by structuring the solution-finding process in such a way that the interests and needs of the parties involved can be highlighted and taken into account in the best possible way.
Mediation is usually cheaper than court proceedings and takes less time. It is designed to find a long-term satisfactory solution for all parties involved, which allows the business relationship to continue and thus offers the parties added value.
In the fields of activity of BRAHMS NEBEL & Kollegen, mediation is useful in the following cases, for example:
- Conflicts between competing project developers
- Conflicts between property owners and project developers when securing areas for PV or wind energy systems
- Public participation in infrastructure and energy projects
- Shareholder disputes