Don’t Let Lies Infiltrate The Mediation Process

Don’t Let Lies Infiltrate The Mediation Process

With the rise in mediation comes the increased risk that participants will engage in dishonest behavior to obtain a favorable resolution. The latitude to craft a narrative without meaningful checks on the truth creates opportunities for lies to infiltrate the mediation process.

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