Mediators Talk ‘East v. West’ Split Over Use of Opening Sessions to Lay Out Disputes
For mediators, the ability to help others reach consensus and resolve disputes is pretty much their job description.
But even the most even-keeled neutrals seem to be at odds over what they describe—approvingly or otherwise—as a growing trend in the profession to eschew opening or plenary sessions among the parties.
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