Maximize Your Potential for Success at Mediation

, New York Law Journal


John P. DiBlasi, a former presiding justice of the Commercial Division now exclusively affiliated with National Arbitration & Mediation, write: As a full-time mediator, by virtue of sheer volume, you are involved in the resolution of more cases in one month than most attorneys are in their entire career. Because of that experience, you begin to observe distinct patterns that serve as a guide to what counsel can do to make the most of this process. Many lawyers and their clients do not fully understand the process, which leads to numerous mistakes that often doom their best efforts (and those of the mediator) to bring the case to a successful resolution.

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