EASA Mediation Procedure
When one EASA member has a disagreement with another EASA member regarding the intent or spirit of the Association's Code of Business Practice, Governing Policies and/or Bylaws, or by conduct contrary to the best interests of the Association, the member may confer with EASA's Trade Relations Committee in accordance with the following procedure:
- Advise the committee chairman in writing of the disagreement and request the committee's assistance in resolving it. A copy of this letter should also be sent to your regional director.
- The committee chairman will require the originator to complete and sign a mediation request form detailing the circumstances surrounding the disagreement.
- When this form is received from the originator, the committee chairman will forward a copy to the second member to inform him of the disagreement with him. At the same time he will be requested to respond on a similarly signed form, a copy of which will be forwarded to the originator.
- After completed and signed forms from both members have been reviewed by the committee chairman, the chairman will attempt to mediate an amicable resolution of the disagreement.