A Successful Mediation Is Not Limited to One Where the Parties Reach Complete Agreement at the Mediation Conference.
We tend to think of a mediation as successful where the parties reach a complete agreement at the mediation conference and as unsuccessful where they
A Defendant That Needs Extended Payment Terms Should Make a Timely Request.
A defendant will often find itself unable to pay in a lump sum the amount needed to settle. Happily, to obtain a sufficient settlement a
When Scheduling a Video Mediation Let Your Mediator Know the Geographical Locations of the Parties
Before video mediations became widely used almost all mediation participants were physically present at the same location. There was rarely an issue about choosing a
NADN press release
Francis L. Carter, P.A. is pleased to announce that Francis L. Carter has been inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN). Francis Carter
Help the Mediator Convince the Other Side.
In many mediations, each party forcefully tells the mediator: it’s clear we have the better case, so go convince the other side our case trumps
How Do You Make a Credible Final Offer?
Final offers usually meet with skepticism as to whether they are truly final. So how do you make your final offer come across as credible