Effective Virtual Mediation During the Coronavirus Crisis

Effective Virtual Mediation During the Coronavirus Crisis

Virtual mediations allow clients to resolve disputes during the coronavirus pandemic, offering an acceptable alternative to in-person mediation. Hon. Suzanne Segal, a retired magistrate judge, discusses considerations to enhance their effectiveness.

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