What does the mediation process typically look like?
The mediation process typically starts with the parties convening in a single meeting with their lawyers and the mediator.The mediator makes certain remarks at that time that are required under the law.
From that point forward, the parties really control how the mediation proceeds.
It can continue with all the parties gathered in 1 room, more commonly, however, the parties separate into different rooms
and the mediator meets with the parties and their lawyers in meetings called caucuses.
If a settlement agreement is reached, it is reduced to writing.
- Are there alternatives to going to court to resolve business disputes?
- Are there any procedures available to secure assets of a debtor before obtaining a judgment?
- Can a debtor be forced to pay a creditor’s costs and attorney’s fees incurred in litigation
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- If both lawyers are settlement minded, why should we spend money for yet another professional
- What does the mediation process typically look like?
- What does the mediator do?
- What is mediation?
- What makes you the right mediator for me?
- What should I look for in a mediator?
- Why does experience matter when hiring a mediator?
- How is the mediator paid?