Birlik Arbitration/Mediation was launched in 2020 for the rapid, economical, and friendly settlement of private law conflicts based on mutual consent.
Birlik Arbitration/Mediation, with its arbiter/mediator staff experienced in legal profession for more than 20 years, provides services for the resolution of conflicts arising from labor law, commercial law, consumer law, rental law, law of contracts, intellectual and industrial property law, and all legal conflicts eligible for arbitration/mediation.
Birlik Arbitration/Mediation, within the scope of its services and the provisions of the current legislation, adheres to the Turkish Arbitration/Mediation Code of Ethics with great devotion. In addition, Birlik Arbitration/Mediation has also adopted the United States Model Code of Ethics for Arbiters/Mediators and the European Code of Ethics for Arbiters/Mediators in terms of international conflicts.
Principle of Equality: Birlik Arbitration/Mediation maintains an equal distance between all parties to a dispute, and practices the principles of equal treatment and fairness in line with their needs.
Respect for the Right to Autonomy and Self-Determination: The right to autonomy and self-determination pertains to decision making for the parties with their own will and without being under pressure prior to the process, during the process, and at the conclusion stage.
Birlik Arbitration/Mediation looks after the rights of parties to make their own decisions at every stage of the arbitration/mediation, including selection of the arbiter/mediator, execution of the process, participation in the process, withdrawal from the process, and termination of the process.
Impartiality: Birlik Arbitration/Mediation does not align with any of the parties in a conflict and does not harbor bias for any of them.
Confidentiality: The information, documents, and records – either obtained within the framework of the arbitration/mediation activity or by other means – are kept confidential by Birlik Arbitration/Mediation unless otherwise agreed by the parties.
Arbitration/Mediation is a method of “Alternative Dispute Resolution” (ADR) widely used in countries with developed legal systems. Arbitration/Mediation is a method that parties can use to resolve their conflicts with the help of an impartial third party, without going to court or by court referral. Its flexibility and effectiveness have enabled arbitration/mediation to be a conflict resolution method that brings the parties of the conflict together at the right point in business, family, school, and even international conflicts. The parties, who decide to resolve the conflict between themselves voluntarily or in the presence of a(n) (arbiter)mediator suggested by a court, have the opportunity to discuss their problems and find the best solution for themselves in the company of a completely impartial and non-judgmental arbiter/mediator by conveying the subject of conflict to the arbiter/mediator.
In addition to conflict resolution, arbitration/mediation can function as a means of preventing conflicts, as well as facilitating the contract negotiation process. Arbitration/Mediation is a valid method for conflicts in many areas. Conflicts eligible for arbitration/mediation may differ in each country.