Geri S. Krauss, founder of Krauss PLLC, write: It is often difficult for litigators who are focused on the merits of their case and positional bargaining to transition to negotiations based on interests and a wide range of options for resolution. This can result in positions being taken which are counter-productive. So, what can litigators do to transform themselves (and their clients), at least for the course of the mediation, from warriors to peacemakers?
Transition From Litigation to Mediation
New York Law Journal
April 2, 2012
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