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What Are Your Client’s Goals in Mediation?

August 6, 2020

Establishing a mediation strategy without considering your client’s goals in resolving a dispute is obviously misguided. However, it is important to look at the entire picture when you catalog your client’s goals.

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Mediation By Videoconference: Step-by-Step

July 23, 2020

Counsel, Parties, and Mediators are getting comfortable in the midst of the current health emergency with the idea…

The Concise Guide to Mediation Preparation

June 19, 2020

Consider the following list of mediation preparation ideas and you will be more prepared than ever before to succeed in mediation.

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Tactics to Break Through a Mediation Impasse

December 11, 2019 |

Are you feeling stuck? Not sure if you’ll be able to come to an agreement in mediation? We have the tactics you need to break the impasse. Mediator Rick Weiler argues that impasse in mediation “most often flows from a combination of cognitive biases and flawed risk assessments.” To break an impasse the mediator’s aim should be…

What Goes Into a Mediation Submission?

December 3, 2019 |

The first steps to a successful mediation is a strong mediation submission. Lead with your best foot forward to ensure you have the right components for a successful mediation. Former Wisconsin Circuit Court Judge, former United States Attorney, and current active mediator Patrick Fiedler has published a brief article in the Wisconsin Law Journal outlining the major elements that…

Five Tips for a Successful Mediation

November 26, 2019 |

Whether you are new to mediation or an experienced veteran, it’s always helpful to continue to hone your mediation skills. Here are some tips on how to up your advocacy and improve your approach. Ingram, Yuzek, Gainen, Carroll & Bertolotti partner Jennifer B. Zourigui published an insightful short piece in the New York Law Journal. She advises, among other items,…

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