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Mediation Confidentiality: Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free

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Date Published

September 1, 2011

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Mediation

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Summary

It has simply become too expensive and too risky to take cases to trial where both sides can evaluate the chances of proving liability and damages at anything better than 50/50. For that reason, only three to four percent of civil cases filed in Los Angeles get to trial. The rest are settled or won or lost during motion practice in the course of litigation.

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Jan Frankel Schau

Jan Frankel Schau, ADR Services, Inc., has been a mediator for over 15 years in Los Angeles. She learned her diplomacy skills... Read More

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