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December 28, 2006


I've not had any trouble with this (knock on wood), but Katie's memo is a great template for the things that mediating clients need to understand before diving in.

I found that attending mediation training did help me understand the dynamic far better. For my own clients that participate in mediation, by the time we're done, my client is satisfied that he/she chose their own outcome and adequately explored the cost to benefit ratio of settling (as opposed to submitting the case to a judge).

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