Video: Getting and Keeping Your Mediation "Win": Law and Ethics to Make Mediation Work for You


Fran L. Tetunic, Esq., Nova Southeastern University

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Mediation requires skills that are different than those needed for litigation. Although it may be tempting to view Mediation as a hurdle to clear on the way to trial, developing good mediation skills can often help attorneys achieve a better outcome for their clients. If maintaining control of the case and keeping matters confidential is important to your client, then taking time to develop your mediation skills is a wise investment in your professional development. At this seminar, you will learn about selecting a mediator, timing the mediation, preparing your client, developing collaborative skills and more. Florida's Mediation Confidentiality and Privilege Act will be examined and an interactive exercise using a case fact pattern is included.

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