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Date Published

August 1, 2018

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Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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Mediation diplomacy

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Summary

DIPLOMACY IN MEDIATION SHOULD NOT BE SEEN AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR, OR COMPETING WITH, THE TRADITIONAL STYLES OF EVALUATIVE OR FACILITATIVE MEDIATION

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Mitchell M. Tarighati

Mitchell M. Tarighati is a founding partner at Sepassi & Tarighati, LLP, based in Encino, California. In addition to... Read More

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