Mediation Results Sample Clauses

Mediation Results. Any agreements resulting from mediation shall be memorialized in writing. The results of the mediation shall not be final or binding unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the parties. Mediators shall not be subject to any subpoena or liability, and their actions shall not be subject to discovery.
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Mediation Results. Any resultant agreements from mediation shall be documented in writing. Mediation results and documentation, by themselves, shall be “non-binding” and inadmissible for any purpose in any legal proceeding, unless such admission is otherwise agreed upon, in writing by both parties. Mediators shall not be subject to any subpoena or liability and their actions shall not be subject to discovery. Injunctive Relief. Paragraph 22 above notwithstanding, either party will have the right, without first proceeding to mediation hereunder, to seek injunctive relief from a court of competent jurisdiction in the event that the other party’s conduct threatens imminent irreparable harm to the interests of the party seeking such relief, for which money damages are inadequate. The court will determine whether a bond or other security shall be required in order to obtain such relief.
Mediation Results. Any resultant agreements from mediation shall be documented in writing. Mediation results and documentation, by themselves, shall be “non-binding” and inadmissible for any purpose in any legal proceeding, unless such admission is otherwise agreed upon, in writing by both parties. Mediators shall not be subject to any subpoena or liability and their actions shall not be subject to discovery.
Mediation Results a. If the mediation resolves the grievance, the Mediator will provide the parties with a report outlining the settlement.

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