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Howard Herman, the former Director of ADR Program for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, and Michael Lang discuss the benefits of reflective practice and its impact on the quality of mediation practice.
First published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 20, 2006 Ladies and gentlemen, start your word processors. Simmons v. Ghaderi, 2006 DJDAR 13065 (Sept. 29), may well have...By Deborah Rothman, Victoria Pynchon
With more and more mediation hearings occurring before the litigation gets fully underway, many disputants and opposing counsel have never met before the mediation hearing. For this reason, I’m finding...By Jan Frankel Schau