It is widely accepted that effective dispute resolution, to a large extent, is influenced by the qualities and experience of the facilitator. Through the MFI referral service, parties can draw upon our network of over 100 certified ADR practitioners and Mediators from within Ireland and from other countries. The members of our network range from highly specialized practitioners and experts.
After careful consideration, MFI will make available to the Solicitors acting for the disputing parties, details of appropriate nominees once their availability has been confirmed with confirmation that there is no conflict of interest in the matter,and their permission is given to provide access to their page on the MFI website with their professional details. In response to a request for a referral, regard will be had for the location of the dispute and the time frame within which the mediation needs to be arranged.
MFI will be pleased to discuss how it can assist conflicting parties in a search for an Appropriate Dispute Resolution process.MFI undertakes to keep confidential the existence of all requests and enquiries and any information disclosed by the parties.
Please be assured also that all mediations are conducted under the MFI Mediation Rules, guided by the EU Code of Conduct for Mediators, so the relevant confidentiality provisions apply. For further assistance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Whereas MFI hosts a list of people who have studied and are qualified in the area of Conflict and Dispute Resolution and will nominate a number of those members of the Forum when requested from which the parties in dispute can make a choice, MFI is not responsible for the actions of those practitioners. All MFI Mediators agree to comply with the EU Code of Conduct for Mediators and to conduct the process in the spirit of the objectives of the EU Directive on ADR and related matters.