The Mediation Centre at the Centre for Mediation and Arbitration of Transport sp. z o.o. (ltd) in Warsaw offers a highly specialized personnel with many years of experience in the area of resolving disputes. Their knowledge will allow you to deal fast and effectively with a specific dispute relating to the transport law.


The mediation is led by an impartial and neutral third party. The role of a mediator is to help the parties to communicate. In the course of a mediation, the mediator relieves the tensions between the parties, asks questions to identify the source of the conflict, creatively encourages the parties to search for a way to resolve the dispute, and also serves his/her knowledge at the conclusion of a settlement agreement.


In the course of the mediation, the parties retain the right to make their own decisions. No decision can be taken without the consent of the parties. The parties retain control and authority over both the mediation proceeding and the content of the settlement agreement.


The mediation ends up with the settlement agreement concluded by the parties before the mediator, which after obtaining a common court’s enforcement clause, becomes an enforcement title with full rights.




  1. Voluntariness – Parties decide on their own to commence of a mediation proceeding and may resign from it at any time.
  2. Neutrality – The Mediator neither favors parties and assesses proposed solutions, nor allows to the imbalance between the parties. The Mediator is committed to help each party in an equal way.
  3. Confidentiality – All disclosed information will remain between the parties to the mediation.
  4. Quickness – Mediation is much more efficient and faster than a traditional proceeding before common court.
  5. Comfort – Mediation allows to avoid stress connected with acting before the Court whether in a role of a plaintiff or a defendant. The parties agree among themselves on a convenient schedule of meetings.