This is the fourth article in this series on mediation advocacy. The third article (“Ten Ways to Introduce Mediation to Opposing Counsel,” published March 28) discussed various ways to bring the opposing party to the mediation table, in the context of the hypothetical scenario in which the parties, Widgetronics and DesignMetrics, had become embroiled in a dispute over Widgetronics’ alleged wrongful termination of a contract with a dispute resolution clause. With both parties ready to proceed to mediation, the next step is the selection of a mediator — a key step in the process, as a good mediator will increase the likelihood that the mediation will succeed.

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