Mediation MEDIATION Mediation is the most widely known and applied dispute resolution method in all amicable dispute resolution methods. The resolution of legal disputes through litigation takes a long time and is costly due to legal fees, viewing costs and witness fees. Almost every suit takes about two years to resolve and some more than ten years. Since the suits are usually concluded in part-acceptance and part-rejection decision, the parties find themselves not fully satisfied with the decision. It is however, possible to resolve disputes within a very short time in a way that would satisfy the parties without and litigation related expenses. The mediator is an impartial third party who is equipped with specialized communication and negotiation techniques in order to bring the parties together in an attempt to discuss and negotiate the issue at stake. Mediator helps both parties to grasp the issue and come up with their own solutions while ensuring a safe communication process. Therefore, it is the parties who decide, the mediator presides over the decision and does not interfere with the material facts of the decision. Thus, the parties will not be forced to abide by a decision which they don’t desire. Mediation is the way of dispute resolution method where both parties win. MEDIATION IS THE CAUSE OF ACTION IN EMPLOYMENT CASES AND COMMERCIAL CASES. IN OTHER WORDS, IT IS OBLIGATORY TO APPLY TO A MEDIATOR BEFORE FILING SUCH CASES.