Edition: 2nd 2002
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Description: "One of the very few books that actually approaches mediation from the viewpoint of the attorney/advocate rather than that of the neutral or the party."--James B. addresses the ethical considerations of mediation, & the difference between good tactics & unethical conduct. The appendix contains checklists covering issues such as mediator selection & postmediation advocacy. It also contains sample mediation agreements, forms, & organizations offering alternative dispute With mediation becoming a predominant way to resolve lawsuits, learn how to get the best results for your client in this setting. Cooley, an experienced judge, trial attorney, mediator, & arbitrator, leads you step-by-step through the stages of mediation. You will learn: How mediation works What cases are suited for mediation How to select a mediator How to prepare for mediation Tactics to use during the mediation hearing What you can do if an agreement is not reached The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution named Mediation Advocacy a finalist in the outstanding book category of its 1996 Awards for Excellence in ADR.
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List price: $75.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: National Institute for Trial Advocacy