Optimum Time For Mediation: At Close Of Pleadings & Before Contested Motions Are Filed

By: Donald L Swanson Mediation in civil litigation, here in the States, typically occurs as discovery winds down and as a trial date is in the offing. And, typically, mediation happens at the initiative of the parties—not by court referral. That’s how it’s done. Singapore Study But there are other ways to do it. In Singapore,... Continue Reading →

How Mandated Mediation Works — Even When It Doesn’t

By: Donald L. Swanson The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida has a mediation policy that’s mandatory. A dispute can be excused from mediation, however, “upon a determination” that it “is not suitable for mediation.” A recent case shows how the Middle District’s policy of mandated mediation offers more than one road to... Continue Reading →

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