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Court Mediation Solving More Civil Cases, Social Conflict

From the Mediation Matters Blog of Steve Mehta.

When China chooses to do anything, it usually does it in wholesale fashion and on a large scale. When it comes to manufacturing, China is the it country, when it comes to making technological and cultural advances, China is the country; when it comes to creating an amazing olympics, China is the country. And, now when it comes to mediation, China is soon becoming a superpower in dispute resolution.

According to a recent article, in the past 30 months, China has resolved over 8 million disputes through mediation in the court system. According to the Chinese Chief Justice, mediation is playing a significant role in resolving disputes. To read the complete article, see the following link.

 

Court Mediation Solving more Civil Cases, Social Conflict.

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Steve Mehta

Steven G. Mehta is an attorney and mediator providing unique mediation services in a variety of types of civil litigation. His ability to understand the human process and complex emotional issues involved in legal negotiations enables him to effectively assist the parties in obtaining the best possible results during mediation.… MORE >

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