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James Coben: Mediation is not Confidential – Video

James Coben gives an example of a lack of transparency and honesty when a mediator tells parties that the mediation is totally confidential.

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James Coben

Professor James Coben, a senior fellow in Hamline's Dispute Resolution Institute ("DRI") which he directed from 2000-2009, teaches civil procedure, dispute resolution practices, mediation, and negotiation. He also pioneered a variety of innovative ADR clinical opportunities for law students, including mediation advocacy on behalf of clients in family law and… MORE >

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