Monthly Archives: June 2013

The State of Mediation—And How to Make it Better

Have you recently convinced a client that the pain and cost of litigation make litigation a poor choice compared to mediation, only to have the client unhappy with the mediation session? If so, your experience is not unique some experts say. Questions have been raised recently by commentators in the dispute resolution field about whether mediation generally is living up to its full potential, and, in particular, what might be done to improve both outcomes and satisfaction with the process. This question was dealt with in two national programs I... Read More