Suma celebrates in Benidorm the first National Meeting of Mediation
The entity promotes faster and cheaper formulas than the judicial one to resolve conflicts between administration and administered
This morning was held in the Assembly Hall of the Town Hall the First National Meeting of Mediation in conflicts, organized by Suma Gestión Tributaria of the Diputación de Alicante and which has had the collaboration of the Benidorm City Council. The objective of this day has been to put on the table of debate the advantages of mediation in the resolution of disputes in organizations
The event has gathered around 200 professionals, university professors and specialists in mediation and arbitration, among them Vicente Magro, magistrate of the Audiencia Provincial de Madrid; Julio Fuentes, former coordinator of the Insolvency, Arbitration and Mediation Law Unit of the Ministry of Justice; Miguel Ángel Martínez, of the Board of Government of the Ilustre Bar Association of Alicante (ICALI); and Gonzalo Iturmendi, of the specialized firm Iturmendi and Associates of Madrid.
The mayor of Benidorm, Toni Pérez, welcomed the guests on behalf of the city and thanked the organization for having "converted" Benidorm into "the center of something that we consider fundamental in the future, present and future of what must be the relations of the administration with its administered ", as it is" the solution of conflicts ".
Toni Pérez highlighted "the innovative model" proposed by Suma for mediation. Model that proposes knowledge and skills to reach the agreed solution and has advocated to reach the highest levels of success in the resolution of disputes avoiding "the excessive judicialization in the relations and internal conflicts of public administrations and companies." The mayor finished his speech wishing the attendees a happy stay in the city.
Mediation in conflicts between organizations, administrations or administrations has many advantages over the judicialization process and accelerates the process, accelerates resolution, avoids delays (too common for justice), and reduces costs by up to 60%.