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Why Attend Mediation?

  “Should I attend a mediation? What is my role?” The answer to the first question is simple. Parties in most instances must attend a mediation. Court rules and mediation providers often require it, and it is certainly a best … Continue reading

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It’s Not Over Until…the First Juror’s Sworn? (Part 2)

{3:00 to read} In my previous article, I discussed whether a mediation, which did not result in a settlement after the initial sessions, has ended. In this continuation, I will explore what can happen after the parties have arrived at … Continue reading

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It’s Not Over Until…the First Juror’s Sworn? (Part 1)

{3:00 to read} We know when a mediation begins. The better, and often more challenging questions are: when has it ended and was it successful? If at the end of one or more agreed-upon sessions the parties settle all of … Continue reading

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