How to pop the (mediation) question – a mediator’s perspective

How to pop the (mediation) question – a mediator’s perspective

You are litigating a case and you want to raise the topic of settlement with the other side. You are afraid, however, to prejudice your position by making the other side think that you are desperate to settle. There is no court-ordered mediation on the horizon. How best to get the other side to the table?

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