Jan Reichelt

Especially in situations of legal unity, but with different views on technical issues and implications it is advisable to appoint a technical expert or experts, thereby a clear professional assessment can be achieved with the mediation. Following a structured methodology, a technical mediation is often through five clearly separated sections. Here, the internal issues are gathered at the beginning, creating a clear basis in relation to contractual agreements, acceptance conditions, delivery dates, penalties, etc.. Stating the technical situation are both explained the situation prior to the project as well the current situation after the end of the project and the desired target situation. This includes specifications, documentation, proof of communication for Change requests and corresponding commitments also notes, evidence of the delivery condition, inspection and other events affecting the course or the outcome of the project. The most technically ambiguous part of the conflict will be worked out within the framework of the third step to the definition of the dispute. For this are used the administrator of both parties as well as test cases and test scenarios brought to the reproduction of the contentious points and built.

Errors and their impact on the subject of the contract be determined, clearly defined and recorded. Depending on the agreed objective of the mediation, it is possible to offer effective and sustainable solutions to the parties or their officers and to bring about an acceptable conclusion for both sides therefore the mediator because of his expertise. The determination of damages represents the basis of the mediation order, assessed the culpability of one or both parties the mediator and estimates the damage and resulting impact to the best of our knowledge and belief. In the assessment of damages and in case of difficult, complex or abstract damages, there is the possibility to evaluate consult a lawyer. With the creation of the final report, shall inform the parties of the results of the mediation and the previous steps and facts presented. Therefore, the final report in the event of any further dispute can be used to speed up procedures, as well as reasoning. Since a mediation on the further future cooperation is directed, it is no solution to a situation without the agreement of both parties. The mediation shows, if anything, only casually rightly or wrongly.

Rather, it is a goal-oriented procedure for rapid and pragmatic resolution of disputes, which both parties can benefit. Mediation can lead against a possible escalation to rescue a business relationship and technical clarification of disputed points, just within a few hours, or for larger projects in the course few weeks. In case of dispute mediation to access, it is advisable to record an appropriate clause already in the terms and conditions prior to conclusion of the contract. It is however also later possible, each other to reach a mediation agreement. Computer expert Office Goppingen Jan Reichelt E.k.. FON: + 49 7161 9564850 fax: + 49 7161 918455 mail: info (at) computer-expert gp (dot) de Web: marketing and Public Relations: quagga marketing FON: + 49 7161 6068490 email: contact (at) quagga-marketing (dot) de Web: Goppingen – Jan Reichelt E.k.. – computer expert Office is a company based in Goppingen, Germany (Baden-Wurttemberg) for expert activity, mediation, computer forensics and security consulting. As the owner of the computer / service / Goppingen Jan Reichelt can draw on many years of experience and expertise has grown directly out of the market and in his activity as a Expert introduce for the systems and applications of information processing in the commercial and administrative area.