WHAT TO EXPECT AT MEDIATION
What to Expect at Mediation
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This booklet, “What to Expect at Mediation,” covers the following topics and is designed to answer questions the client might have:
- We the Juries: A True Story: What 24 High School Students Taught Me About Mediation
- The Medi-Eight: EIGHT Reasons Why You Should Mediate Your Case
- What to Expect at Mediation: A mediator explains what happens on mediation day
- About Lee Wallace
- FAQs About Mediation
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FROM OUR BLOG
Talking about money with your client is awkward. You are trying to tap dance through the minefield of expectations, tamping down the client’s wildest hopes without offending him. If the client has a starry-eyed view of what his case is worth (on the high side for the...
Every case has warts. But just how open should you be about the problems when you get to mediation? Ultimately your answer to that question is going to depend on two things: how likely it is that the other side knows about the problem, and how confident you are that...
Last week I wrote about the fact that attorneys are often reluctant to make a PowerPoint presentation at mediation, for fear that they will give away too much information. At the same time, as a mediator, I have personally witnessed the power that a presentation can...
When I speak at seminars, I often get the question: “Should I use a PowerPoint presentation at mediation?” Lawyers who have no trouble whipping out photographs or circling key parts of medical records to show the other side, balk when it comes to using a...
In last week’s blog I talked about the fact that an apology can have a powerful effect at mediation (or in life). A sincere, heartfelt apology may help the parties settle a case that could not otherwise have been resolved at all, may save the considerable expense of...
Apologizing is all the rage these days. Stars apologize. Musicians apologize. Even companies apologize. Anybody and everybody seems to be on the “I’m sorry” bandwagon. Mediation is one of the places where apologies are supposed to take place. Since the mediation is...
When Sam walked into the mediation conference room, his client Ellen was already there, tapping her fingers nervously on the table. You couldn’t always pick your clients, Sam thought, but Ellen was someone he would represent any day of the week. Normally friendly and...
Want to kill a mediation? These three statements will do it! Most mediations start with a joint conference. The conference is a great opportunity to make sure everyone is operating from the same set of facts, and to impress both your client and the other side. Since...