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April 21, 2014 No Comments

By Glenn Loewenthal

This week’s topic might have been more appropriate for my first tip, but I will from time to time address a topic that is fresh in my mind based upon recent experiences. Before you schedule your case mediation, ask yourself if your case is really ready for mediation. This might be a more important question than you think. Not all cases that I have mediated are ready for mediation. And if your case is not ready for mediation, there are consequences that could result.
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April 11, 2014 4 Comments

By David C. Nutter
I went to the Braves game with my son, Jim, last night. It was the season home opener, and he is on Spring Break this week. A couple of months ago, we were planning some father-son spring break outings and bought opening day tickets. We are both fans. A great way to spend an evening with my 16 year old boy. That was the extent of my thinking.

Several days ago, we became aware that it was the 40th Anniversary of Henry Aaron’s monumental 715th home run breaking Babe Ruth’s then 39 year old record for most home runs in a major league career and that there would be a special ceremony before the game. We got to the ballpark very early. I sensed this would be a special moment, and I did not want to entrust it to the fickle Atlanta transportation grid.
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April 4, 2014 No Comments

Part One
Tanya Andrews Tate, Esq.

There are three pre-mediation decisions that can make or break an employment law mediation before the attorneys and parties ever show up. First, who should be selected as the mediator? Secondly, who should be present at the mediation and finally, should the attorney discuss her case, either verbally or in writing, with the mediator prior to the date of the mediation? Make a mistake when handling any one of these three issues, and you will lessen the likelihood of success at mediation.
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