Even the most complex, high-dollar business disputes can stem from simple allegations of fraud of deceit – charges that often evoke emotionally explosive conflicts between parties.
A mediator’s job is to calculate how to bring those sometimes unstable elements together in a way that avoids spontaneous combustion, which is why Charles H. Dick Jr. sometimes compares settling a lawsuit to a chemical reaction.
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