Virtual Caucuses Can Improve The Mediation Process

Marc E. Isserles, Esq.
Marc E. Isserles, Esq.
JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer

Published May 8, 2020

Should we mediate now by videoconference, or wait to schedule an in-person session after the coronavirus pandemic ends? Lawyers, clients and neutrals all over the country are asking this question.

While the answer will depend on the particulars of each dispute, the question usually assumes that the mediation session will take place at a shared time — that mediation is a synchronous event that takes place either in person or on a videoconferencing platform.

Full Article Below:

EXPLORE MORE ON THESE TOPICS

Disclaimer:
This page is for general information purposes.  JAMS makes no representations or warranties regarding its accuracy or completeness.  Interested persons should conduct their own research regarding information on this website before deciding to use JAMS, including investigation and research of JAMS neutrals. See More