If the parties can agree upon a settlement in mediation, it is essential that they put their agreement in writing, even if the mediation extends well into the night. Waiting until the next day can be dangerous since parties often change their minds about the deal after sleeping on it. The best way to memorialize... Read more »
MONDAY AUGUST 16, 2021 Many disputes come so close to resolving, but parties cannot seem to bridge that gap between them. Enter the mediator's proposal. Click here to read John Delehanty's article that recently published in the New York Law Journal about impasses and mediator's proposals. Read the full article here:
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