About Aleksandre Tsuladze
Aleksandre Tsuladze is an experienced commercial lawyer and mediator based in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is the founder of the first full-time private mediation center in the Republic of Georgia (Tbilisi Mediation Center), a pioneering court mediator in the country, and one of the mediators most often selected by the parties.
Mr. Tsuladze began his mediation journey as the coordinator of the working group on Mediation at the Ministry of justice (2011). Later, he became the head of the court mediation project at the High Council of Justice of Georgia (2015). He now serves as a Chairperson of the Commercial Law Committee at the Georgian Bar Association, where he works with attorneys and Bar representatives to obtain and maintain institutional support for mediation.
In addition, he teaches and promotes mediation culture in Georgia. He has trained dozens of judges, court mediators, practicing lawyers, and law students in mediation. He is also the founder of the Mediators Club of Georgia, and one of the founding members of the Georgian Mediators Association.
Mr. Tsuladze brings to his mediations a special dynamic to help the parties find creative solutions, and change their paradigms and perceptions of their problems.
Mr. Tsuladze’s litigation practice covers commercial and civil law areas, such as:
- Company and employment law
- Construction law
- Banking and insurance law
- Oil and gas law
- Real estate law
- Telecommunications law
Mr. Tsuladze has served as a mediator since 2013, with a high rate of settlement. His diverse mediation experience includes cases in the areas of:
- Company disputes – shareholder issues, oppression & mismanagement
- Partnership disputes
- Property- real estate, joint development disputes
- Intellectual property disputes
- Contracts – including: commercial contracts, sub-contracts, vendor disputes
- Loan and insurance disputes
- Consumer disputes