master the conflict
from mediation to agreement:
we help you break the deadlock
Do you no longer see a way to resolve a business conflict? Is there no more dialogue and do legal proceedings seem to be the only solution left?
There is another way.
Mediation can break the deadlock
Mediation is an alternative for going to court. Instead of (continuing) legal proceedings, parties can ask a mediator to facilitate and guide them in their search for a solution. A judge can also suggest parties in court proceedings to consult a mediator. If you work with an accredited mediator, the agreement you reach is binding upon the parties just like a court ruling
master the gap®
As independent, neutral and impartial mediator, master the gap® can:
- relaunch communication between the parties,
- help overcome negative emotions,
- structure the conversations and mediation process,
- guide the negotiation to a suitable solution in view of a sustainable result
master the gap® focuses (with respect to mediation) on business conflicts relating to:
- intellectual property (copyright and trademarks)
- media law and entertainment
- the audiovisual sector
- general contract law in the creative and media sector
Ellen Onkelinx trained as a mediator at bMediation and Harvard University (Program on Negotiation) and is accredited as a mediator in civil and business conflicts by the Belgian Federal Mediation Commission.