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NEW Webinar on Demand: The Importance of Pre-Mediation Due Diligence

Oct 31st, 2014 | By | Category: Alert


Strategic Planning


MEDIATION  PLANNING— how do you plan for a mediation?  It’s more than drafting a mediation statement for the mediator.  Due diligence consists  thorough strategic planning.  As the old Kenny Rogers song “The Gambler” advises:  You’ve got to know when to hold’m, know when to fold’m, know when to walk away and know when to run.”  BUT before your can do that — you must know who THEY are and  what MOTIVATES  them.

Here’s the OUTLINE

  1. Considerations regarding the TIMING of the dispute
  2. Dynamics
  3. Considerations regarding the PARTIES to the dispute
  4. Considerations regarding the NATURE of the dispute
  5. Contractual based disputes
  6. Tort based disputes
  7. Inter-personal based disputes
  • Entity type party, e.g. corporate, business: “All Powerful” party
  • Joint unit type party
  • Third party
  • Hidden party
  • Identifying STASIS
  • Nature and extent of ENTROPY
  • The party’s perception of CHAOS
  • Kubler-Ross Model
    • Denial
    • Anger
    • Bargaining
    • Depression
    • Acceptance

Click HERE for the WEBINAR.  It’s free and you get 1 hour of Iowa Webinar on Demand CLE.   When you click you will be asked for your name and e-mail address this allows us to verify that you watched the video for CLE purposes.  The WEBINAR ON DEMAND CLE No.  is    165369.      If you have any questions or want a certificate of attendance please e-mail us at CLE@CritelliLaw.com.

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