Jed Melnick has always seen both sides of issues. “I went to law school to learn how to mediate. I structured my career to get trial and courtroom experience so I would have the credibility necessary to work with sophisticated lawyers. I had an opportunity to partner with a preeminent commercial mediator, and I helped to close the settlement on one of the first cases we worked on together after he had to run for a plane. In time, I turned that into my own practice.
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