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Mediation is not litigation. It is the polar opposite of adversarial as a process and offers the opportunity for resolution based on collaboration, common ground, and a willingness among the parties to uncover mutual interests. And while the rules for mediation are far less prescribed than those for arbitration or litigation, achieving greater success in mediation requires unique preparation on the part of advocates. Lack of preparedness by counsel almost guarantees that the mediation will not end well.
During this 60-minute recorded webinar, you will learn how to prepare more effectively for mediation so as to create an environment where the parties are most likely to see the mediation end with a mutually satisfactory resolution. Areas covered include—
- deciding whether to mediate, including how the mediator can be useful in facilitating settlement and identifying whether your case is a good candidate for mediation;
- deciding when to mediate;
- selecting a mediator – characteristics to consider, mediation approach or style, and where to find a mediator;
- preparing yourself to mediate (e.g., what you should know about your own case and the other side’s case; settlement options to consider; who should attend the mediation; planning the mediation);
- preparing the mediator (using a pre-mediation memorandum; what to avoid);
- preparing the client for mediation.
What others are saying about this presentation...
Very practical advice relayed by a top-notch professional.
Concise, well-directed presentation with a host of takeaways.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of mediation.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
Launching the Course After Registration
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CLE is currently not offered on AAA recorded webinars. Some jurisdictions will allow CLE credit for online programs, and we suggest that you confirm CLE credit availability for this type of program with the appropriate state CLE regulator. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided upon request.
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