At virtually every mediation, the mediator or counsel advise the clients that mediation communications are privileged, so that parties may feel comfortable in offering concessions or otherwise making statements, as disclosure cannot be compelled in any subsequent proceeding.
Beware of Waiving the Mediation Communications Privilege
The Legal Intelligencer
December 17, 2012
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