How to persuade your client to mediate

How to persuade your client to mediate

Your client might feel that before going down the mediation route they need you to get all the facts sorted and decide on the strength of the case so you’re almost ready to go to litigation should settlement not be reached. However, it’s good for them to know that they can mediate at any time.

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