According to an article in Corporate Counsel, preparation is an in-house counsel’s best defense.
The article recommends to review jury instructions, determine applicable statutes and case law and review third parties and insurers before even scheduling a mediation.
The article also recommends obtaining an initial written discovery, records, depositions of major players, contracts, photos, reports, and third party investigations before going into a mediation.
Here’s our question for you:
What is the best way to prepare for a mediation?
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