Mediation can be a cost-effective means of resolving disputes without a trial. My latest YouTube video explores their voluntary nature and how most US courts usually expect parties to resolve disputes before trial. I offer advice on selecting the right mediator and what to expect on the day. Too often, cases are only mediated on the eve of the trial, when most of the work has already been completed, which begs the question: is it more practical to mediate after the discovery process, when the evidence has been developed?


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John B. Quinn