What Does it Mean to Have “Settlement Authority” at a Mediation?

What Does it Mean to Have “Settlement Authority” at a Mediation?

Local rules implementing alternative dispute resolution procedures typically provide that mediation attendees must have “settlement authority.” But what exactly does that term mean?

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