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Parties Should Choose Their Best Mediator

Parties Should Choose Their Best Mediator

June 26, 2012

This article, written by Irving Levinson, Esq., urges parties to carefully choose the neutral for any mediation. Levinson outlines which qualities parties should look for in a mediator depending on the type of dispute they are involved in, and how parties can find a mediator that is right for their dispute.

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Mediation Requires Different Approach

Mediation Requires Different Approach

October 17, 2011

This article, written by Hon. Patrick McGann, (Hon.) and Jann Johnson, Esq., aims to elucidate “mediation advocacy.” Given that mediation is an increasingly popular method used for resolving disputes, the article focuses on the importance of recognizing the key differences between how to approach litigation as opposed to mediation. McGann and Johnson give detailed instructions for how an attorney and her client should embark on the preparatory steps of the mediation process.

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Our law firm handles only medical malpractice cases—a type of case that is very difficult to settle except by mediators who understand the complex emotions involved and what is at risk when such cases go to trial.  I trust ADR Systems' panel of mediators.  They have settled cases I truly thought incapable of settlement. I highly recommend them.

William A. Cirignani, Esq.Cirignani, Heller & Harman, The Medical Malpractice Lawyers