Mediate.com - Complete information about mediation and mediators
--   --
-- -- --    
Follow Mediate.com on TwitterMediate.com Videos on YouTube
ALL SECTIONS  |   ABOUT MEDIATION  |   Civil  |   Commercial  |   Community  |   Elder  |   Family  |   ODR  |   Public Policy  |   Workplace
Subscribe to the Mediate.com NewsletterSign Up Now
Mediators Arbitrators Online Mediators Online Arbitrators
Parenting Coordinators Facilitators Collaborative Professionals Mediating Lawyers

Dispute Resolution Institute at Hamline - Masters in the Study of Law (MSL)


Make a Comment


Go to article Add Comment
Free subscription to comments on this article
-- --
 LRD ,   LA CA    05/14/13 
--
-- -- --
Thank you for sharing. It may be worth considering whether Arb-Med could come with the potential for the appearance of bias or some degree of threat to the durability of the arbitral award.
-- -- --
--
Add New Comment
--
--
--

-- --
 Diane ,   Roseville CA    05/14/13 
--
-- -- --
Why not solve these problems by doing Arb-Med instead of Med-Arb? Hold the arbitration first, write the decision and seal it. Then hold the mediation. If the parties settle in mediation, put the Arb decision in the shredder. This reversal of the order of the proceedings solves the problem of confidential information received in mediation influencing the arbitration.
-- -- --
--
Add New Comment
--
--
--