The Case for Pre-Suit and Early Mediation

The Case for Pre-Suit and Early Mediation

Where resolution is always the ultimate goal, mediation serves a vital purpose as a vehicle for exploring settlement in high stakes litigation where unnecessary and protracted litigation costs may be avoided by all parties

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