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In-house Counsel’s Role in Mediation

During mediation, in-house counsel can be the key player whom the mediator and opposing counsel will look to as the decision-maker, naturally a welcome change from watching from the sidelines. This however comes with preparation by meeting with the internal client and reviewing the facts and legal theories of the case, the risks of the case and the appropriate settlement range. Read More

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