AŞIKOĞLU LAW OFFİCE | Compulsory Conciliation
Aşıkoğlu started his position as the Alanya Public Prosecutor in 2009 and continued until 2013 when he quit his position to initiate his career as an attorney at law.
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Compulsory Conciliation

Compulsory Conciliation

Compulsory Conciliation;  as the name implies, for some disputes, it is necessary to go to the mediator before filing a lawsuit in court. Mandatory mediation is a condition of litigation in terms of these disputes. That is, a lawsuit filed without going to the mediator is dismissed due to the absence of a claim requirement. Some claims (severance pay, notice compensation, overtime pay, salaries, etc.) that are the subject of commercial litigation and business litigation.) is covered by mandatory mediation.

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