Pandemic Pushes Dayton Mediation Center’s Expansion Goals Forward

Pandemic Pushes Dayton Mediation Center’s Expansion Goals Forward

The resolution sessions are generally done face-to-face, with the conflicting parties and a mediation specialist all present. Now the COVID-19 pandemic has changed all that — and in some ways, it’s sparked some positive outcomes for the mediators.

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