Good Faith And The “Golden Rule” At Mediation

Good Faith And The “Golden Rule” At Mediation

At mediation, It is better to be transparent from the start, lay your cards on the table and show good faith with the neutral and opposing counsel. Unwanted surprises can sometimes derail a settlement.

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