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Mediation Zealot
Mediation

Why I Am A Mediation Zealot

I was mediating a difficult case recently where the parties on both sides despaired that any outcome other than “no agreement” would be reached. With

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Mediation

The Pro Se Participant

The challenge presented by a pro se party (i.e. a party who represents himself/ herself/ itself without the aid of a lawyer) arises because of

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Effective Advocacy in Mediation
Mediation

Effective Advocacy in Mediation

Christina Magee is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and County Mediator and the principal in Brevard Mediation Services, LLC a mediation practice founded

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In The Beginning
Mediation

In The Beginning

In this edition of “Have you Considered . . .?” we take an in-depth look at the start of the mediation experience. It’s not always

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Making Mediation Work
Mediation

Making Mediation Work

What makes mediation succeed? Here are a few insights into what traits or characteristics are present in mediations that come out just like the parties

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It's about time
Mediation

It’s About Time

So much a truism in 2011 that it has become a cliché, it’s plain we live in a 24/7, never unplugged world. Our phones are

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Whose Money Is It Anyway
Mediation

Whose Money Is It Anyway?

Where an insurance company will be paying the settlement for a claim, there are other issues to consider in mediation beyond whether the parties to

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