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  • Glenn P. Milgraum, APM

Myth v. Reality: I Will Not Be Heard in Mediation


Mediation by design gives everyone a chance to be heard.  Generally speaking, mediation is held in “joint sessions” where the participants are encouraged to have a constructive dialogue.  This includes listening to the other side’s perspective.  If necessary, the participants can break-out into “caucus sessions” with the mediator, who in turn will relay that which the party instructs be relayed to the other side, while keeping confidential that which the mediator is instructed not to relay.
Myth v. Reality: I Will Not Be Heard in Mediation

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