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October 23, 2020

Is Mediation Conducted Through Video Conferencing Better?

Time for some good news: We already know that we can hold effective mediations online, but dare we say that videoconferencing may actually be better than in-person hearings?

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July 23, 2020

Good Faith and the “Golden Rule” at Mediation

Mediation is indisputably the most cost-effective and efficient way to resolve disputes. Moreover, there is positive energy and cautious optimism in the mediation process, which every participant enjoys.

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March 11, 2020

Resolving Medical Malpractice Matters – Positive Outcomes Through Mediation

There are numerous benefits associated with using mediation to resolve medical malpractice disputes. The mediation process affords both parties more control over the process, often reduces the cost of litigation, and can expedite dispute resolution for all.

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June 4, 2019

Mediation in 2019: “All-Star Panel Of Mediators Share Advice & Experiences

Top mediators convene at the SDNY U.S. Courthouse in Manhattan and discuss increased use of mediation in federal civil cases.

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April 10, 2019

When the Case Cannot Be Settled, Use a Mediation Agreement to Simplify the Trial and Avoid Extreme Results

When a lawsuit is pending, there’s no better, more practical and effective way to resolve the dispute than through alternative dispute resolution (ADR). What a great feeling when all issues are settled. The case is completely over and it’s time to move on. After all, this is why mediation exists in the first place!

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August 21, 2018

Why Mediation? 5 Personal Injury Case Studies

The perspectives of plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury cases are inherently different – both sides have an interest in resolving their disputes quickly, while attempting to get the best possible results for their clients.

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July 3, 2018

Early Mediation Yields Superior Results in Many Cases

Mediation is inherently a win-win proposition. All sides to a dispute need to gain something for a mediation to be successful. Why participate if there is nothing in it for you? But too many times, parties don’t think about mediation until years after the litigation has been filed.

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Bob Worden Esq.