Losing Control Over the Negotiating Process During a Mediation

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During the course of a mediation, there are opportunities for a party to exercise control in order to obtain the best result that can be achieved at a mediation. There are also critical points during the process when a party can lose control and cede it to the mediator and the other parties. A handful of examples will illustrate my point...

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