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Mediation Myths – Continuation

This is a continuation of last year’s reflections on mediation practice, which are available as a free e-book on the Brice Mediation webpage.

  • Who chooses the mediator?
  • Credible objectivity.
  • Bidding against oneself.
  • Pre-planned negotiation limits.
  • In good faith.
  • Authority.
  • Co-party positions: The relevance of relativity.


“Other Peoples’ Money.” Almost everyone finds it easy, or at least less painful, to spend other people’s money. In the context of mediation, this can mean that contributions from co-defendants can create a settlement fund that satisfies the plaintiff(s) without crushing any one defendant. In other words, it is sometimes wise Continue reading Mediation Myths – Continuation