Select the Right Client Representative

When representing a corporation you sometimes have the opportunity to choose who will attend the mediation as client representative. Pick someone who has the requisite authority to settle the case and a reasonable temperament and personality. Take care to avoid, however, selecting or accepting a client representative who is personally implicated in fraud or wrongdoing and who may have a personal agenda in conflict with the best interest of his or her employer, your corporate client.

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Download Chapter By Francis L. Carter

Bankruptcy Mediation is a treatise published by the American Bankruptcy Institute