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ALR: Mediation

Mediation information for ALR

colleen faherty

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of ALR: Mediation

Timeline The NY difference
EDNY v. SDNY 2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 Mediate 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Search for the cases To Mediate or not

The flags are a key Background info: Possible Outcomes: 1) Settlement
win-win / lose-lose / win-lose
2) No - settlement
Proceed to litigation
3) Extra-litigation
Mediation-related disputes Mediation disputes: Jim Coben: Disputing Irony
2006 Professor of Law at Hamline University

Query into "failed mediations"

James R. Coben

Peter N. Thompson PACER: Free and USEFUL! Federal court programs with ADR Programs
SDNY v. EDNY Mediation Research: Disputes Mediation: Facilitated Negotiation

Mediator: A neutral third party there to assist parties in the resolution of their dispute 1) Enforcement of mediation settlements

2) Duty to mediate

3) Fees

4) Confidentiality

5) Condition Precedent

6) Ethics-Malpractice GEORGETOWN Library research database
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