In-house counsel can play a vital part in mediation because they know the inside workings of their business, according to Mark LeHocky, a former general counsel and now a mediator, arbitrator and special master based in San Francisco.

LeHocky recently talked with Corporate Counsel about the role of in-house counsel in mediation, along with how COVID-19 has impacted his work.

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