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Presumptive Alternative Dispute Resolution

On May 14, 2019, New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced “a transformational move to advance the delivery and quality of civil justice in New York as part of [her] Excellence Initiative.”  Presumptive Alternative Dispute Resolution (Presumptive ADR) mandates … Continue reading

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Is It Possible To Achieve A Successful Outcome In Mediation?

Now that mediation is being used more and more frequently, as discussed recently in this article, what should a party’s goals be in the mediation and how can they achieve them?

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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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