Conditional And Alternative Demands/Offers Can Often Make The Difference In Mediation

Conditional And Alternative Demands/Offers Can Often Make The Difference In Mediation

Sometimes traditional demands and offers do not allow parties the flexibility to explore the other side’s tolerances before striking an impasse in the negotiations.

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