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    Arbitration is different in that it is predicated on the use of loyality to encourage events to negotiate, not because a claim's value will be suffering from judicial measures, but rather because it is the logical element to do under the conditions.

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    Nancy L. Powers, Attorney & Mediator

    I totally agree that 3 hour mediations are just long enough for the parties to get thoroughly angry at each other, but usually not long enough to work through that stage to a point where they can speak rationally and respectfully about the issues at hand. I've experienced this in both court mandated and voluntary mediations. Nevertheless, this is often the first time most participants have experienced mediation, and in many cases, the participants decide to continue the mediation to fruition.

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