Tips for Maximizing Your Virtual Mediation Experience

Tips for Maximizing Your Virtual Mediation Experience

Attorneys involved in virtual mediation need to carefully plan their online video calls for even mundane things like deciding who will be on camera, how to virtually break for lunch, and how to know when a mediator “enters a room,” say attorneys from Nutter’s litigation department.

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