Managing mistrust in mediation

I often hear lawyers and parties express frustration over the adversarial nature of some mediation sessions. They want to negotiate openly without posturing. But enough lawyers engage in overly competitive tactics to make the process arduous and aggressive at times. Common tactics include pressing specious arguments, concealing significant information, obscuring weakness, diverting attention from the main ...

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