Can opening statements for mediation be skipped? Tips for attorneys and mediators

Can opening statements for mediation be skipped? Tips for attorneys and mediators

There has been a lot written recently about how to start a mediation: with or without opening remarks by the participants, and with or without an opening statement by the mediator. 

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