A Peter Rausch Jr.
Search Blog Posts
Tag Cloud7 ADR Adriana Doyle Agreement Alternative Dispute Resolution alternatives Arbitration argument Article Assupmtion attractive Benefits cherokee chinese clean communication Conflict Conflict Resolution Countdown creative day direction discussion Dorothy Thompson Facts fear Frank Tyger Gandhi Goals Henry Ford Hound Dog Image JFK Jimmy Carter Joseph Joubert Legal Fees Legal processes life linkedin Listener Listening Litigation Maya Angelou Mediate mediation mediation articles mediation quote mediation services mediator Mediators Mick Jagger Miles DAvis MQOTW Peace Peter F. Drucker Preparation President Privacy Process progress proverb Q&A quote rausch Resolution roles social-media Therese J. Borchard today Top 5 victory who we are Workplace World yesterday
Monthly Archives: November 2016
Mediators often deal with plaintiff’s counsel who have very high opening demands. There are many times when the defense lawyers think they are wasting their time at mediation because the case is not worth anything close to the amount in … Continue reading
Mediators often face questions about whether or not they acted neutrally during the mediation process. Clients are also concerned about their mediator’s neutrality, regardless of if they actually voice their concerns or not. In fact, some mediators becoming worried themselves … Continue reading
Mediation can be a very emotional process for some people, especially if it involves divorce or personal family matters. Successful mediation cannot take place with regulating emotions. However, it is not always possible to control your emotions and mediators understand … Continue reading