The next time lawyers and their clients leave the courtroom for the cozy confines of a mediator’s conference room, they may want to think twice about what they say.

Two recent rulings have pierced the seemingly impermeable wall of confidentiality established between mediation and the trial judges, and mediators are scrambling to find out what it all means.

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