By Robert I. Feinberg | Published March 11, 2016 | | |
You may recall that in an earlier blog I spoke about alternative dispute resolution. In Massachusetts, the Pre-Trial Conference Memos ask if the parties are” amenable”, that is, agreeable, to alternative forms of dispute resolution. Recently, I blogged spoke about mediation and focused on the perspective that the mediator offers to you at the outset of the mediation. But what about arbitration?Read More
A very noticeable change in the handling of personal injury cases over the last three decades has been the willingness of both sides to engage in alternative dispute resolution. Even the Pre-Trial Order of the Massachusetts Superior Court asks about the parties’ willingness or amenability to alternative forms of dispute resolution. Generally that means mediation or arbitration. I have blogged primarily about mediations and I will blog a little about arbitrations over the course of the next few weeks. But let’s turn our attention once again to mediation. In this blog, I will focus on what you will hear from the mediator at the outset.Read More
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