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Mediation is a process in which an impartial third party assists in resolving a conflict or dispute between two or more parties. All participants in mediation are encouraged to actively participate in the structured and interactive process. The process is private, confidential, and possibly enforceable by law if the parties come to an agreement or settlement. Participation is normally voluntary and approximately 70% of all cases settle in mediation.


Like mediation, arbitration is a way to resolve disputes outside the courts. The dispute will be decided by a panel of one or three arbitrators and the decision is legally binding and enforceable by law. The proceeding is either voluntary or mandatory and are usually non-public and confidential. Arbitration reduces the time and expense to litigate a case in court and in most legal systems, there are limited avenues for appeal of an arbitration award.


Med-Arb has features of both mediation and arbitration. The parties first try to resolve their disputes through mediation. If that does not resolve it, then the process switches to a binding arbitration. Med-Arb should be agreed upon by both parties as a possible form of dissolving their conflict.

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You can count on Grant Mediation and Arbitration to help you resolve your disputes and achieve an outcome that is acceptable to all parties involved.

Virtual Mediation Guidelines

Until further notice, GMA offers virtual Mediation through enhanced video conferencing.

The Basics

  • GMA will use the Zoom video conferencing platform.
  • Must have a stable and strong internet connection.
  • Must have a device capable of streaming audio and video using the Zoom platform.
  • Use adequate lighting preferably positioned in front of you.
  • Using a cell phone is highly discouraged.
  • Use a private, quiet location free of distractions.
  • The session is a confidential proceeding and may not be recorded by any of the participants to include the mediator, the parties, or counsel.
  • No additional individuals shall be present during the Mediation except for the participants.


  • Familiarize yourself with Zoom by joining a TEST meeting.
  • Additional Zoom tutorials can be found HERE.