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Mandatory mediation in Italy

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Legislative Decree 28/2010   mandatory mediation   mediation and jurisprudence   lawyers’ skills in mediation   mediation and civil process


Mandatory mediation in Italy in civil and commercial matters is regulated by Legislative Decree 28/2010 and, over ten years, has undergone some changes dictated both by the legislator and following the observations of the Constitutional Court. Its application was also influenced by jurisprudence which decided on some aspects of interpretation of the law. Compulsory mediation, due to its strict link with the civil process, constitutes a complex procedure which, although autonomous, independent and characterized by confidentiality, must be conducted by observing the dictates of the law, in order to avoid the sanction of the inadmissibility of the subsequent judgment. As a mediation process, it also requires knowledge from the lawyers of negotiation and conflict management techniques. About mediation in Italy, the Ministry of Justice provides very complete statistical data, also in English.

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doi:10.34616/143575   ISBN 978-83-66601-80-2 (online)   ISBN 978-83-66601-80-2 (druk)



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eng   pol

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