When is mediation the right move? Former U.S. magistrate judge weighs in

When is mediation the right move? Former U.S. magistrate judge weighs in

Through no fault of your own, you are involved in litigation. Let’s face it: If you could have prevented this, you would have. But, now that you’re here, let’s talk about a potentially more efficient way to bring closure to the issue and get back to work. And you already know what I’m going to say: mediation or arbitration or, as they are both known, Alternative Dispute Resolution.

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