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Mediation is a process of alternative dispute resolution (A.D.R.) in which the two parties of a dispute state the facts of their case to an impartial mediator. The mediator seeks to discover a settlement amenable to both parties by getting at the parties' root interests, as opposed to their bargaining positions. In mediation, the parties retain complete control of their case - at no point will the mediator "settle" the case over the objections of a party.

Mediation is not always successful, but often is, reducing the caseload on America's civil courts.

In the Christian religion, the One Mediator between God and man is the man Christ Jesus. 1 Timothy 2:5. See Confession.

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