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Michael Lewis: To Admit Wrongdoing Difficult as Mediator – Video

Michael Lewis speaks of mediators’ willingess (and lack of) to admitting when they’re wrong or that they should have tried a different method. He underscores that it takes experience and self-confidence to admit to wrongdoing in a case.


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Michael Lewis

Michael K. Lewis, Esq. is widely recognized for his extraordinary ability to resolve the most complex disputes in virtually every area of law. He has successfully mediated and arbitrated hundreds of complex, multi-party, high profile matters. Mr. Lewis has a bachelor's degree in government from Dartmouth College and a law… MORE >

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