By Stephen Ware, a law professor at KU, in Lawrence, Kansas.

Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution

Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution, in its second edition, is a Concise Hornbook, published by Thomson-West. More information is available by clicking on the photo.

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Reasons Not to Mediate

A study by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) lists common reasons why a lawyer's client may decide not to mediate a dispute. Although the EEOC focuses on employment mediation, the reasons are broadly applicable.  Among the reasons,  "the misunderstanding that mediation requires resolution only in the form of a monetary settlement."  Hat tip to Cullen and Dykman

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