Commercial mediation can be trusted to turn disputes over commercial relationships into opportunities for all parties involved in the conflict at hand. If you're pressed for time, and your patience is wearing thing, taking your disagreement to court may not be your best option. The rigorous formalities and procedures associated with the courtroom can stretch the length of a case out considerably.
On the other hand, mediation is typically a one to two week process that emphasizes understanding and communication between all parties involved. What makes mediation a more pragmatic approach to problem-solving is the fact that both parties will benefit from a resolution that involves a mutual agreement -- no one gets burned. The same can't always be said of the outcome of a court case. To learn more about mediation for commercial matters, read the articles in this category.