Mediation between Business Partners (B2B)

If you have a dispute with a business partner and the situation is so messy that a resolution seems impossible, you may consider mediation. As a commercial mediator, I support conflicting parties in finding an acceptable resolution to their dispute. Mediation is a time- and cost-saving alternative to litigation or arbitration. The main components of mediation are the exploration of the parties’ interests, an evaluation of the risks associated with alternative courses of action and the negotiation of a workable agreement. The decision to agree or not to agree lies exclusively with the parties. The mediator is impartial and controls the process as well as the communication between the conflicting parties.

In mediation, I pursue a negotiation- and interest-based method with a combination of joint and individual meetings with the parties.


Reach out to me in case of:

  • Disputes between customers and contractors / suppliers
  • Conflicts in construction and EPC projects
  • Disputes in the supply chain
  • Disputes resulting from contract default, such as delays, deficiencies, non-fulfilment of performance guarantees
  • Arrears of payment
  • Conflicts related to contract changes
  • Franchise agreement disputes
  • Insurance cases
  • Agency agreement disputes
  • Disputes over lease agreements

Claim Management and Negotiation

If you have a dispute with a business partner and you want to assert your interests and rights, knowing your strengths and weaknesses, thoroughly examining the facts and properly preparing negotiations are of the utmost importance. I support you in this and defend your interests exclusively. My offer consists of:


  • Development of claims and negotiation strategies
  • Preparation of claims
  • Defence against claims from your contract partners
  • Negotiation on your behalf

Consulting in the event of a dispute

“If the only tool you have is a hammer, every challenge looks like a nail.” When a dispute arises with customers, contractors or other business partners, there are many ways to deal with the situation. Which dispute resolution procedure is best suited to your particular issue depends on numerous factors. I help you to take the right path from the beginning, through:



  • Cold eye review
  • Selecting the appropriate dispute resolution procedure
  • Evaluation of your chance of success
  • Support in alternative dispute resolution proceedings

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