During these difficult COVID-19 times, our first priority is the health and well-being of our community. However, if our economy and infrastructure are to survive, mechanisms for conflict resolution must also be available. Where there is turmoil and uncertainty, conflict is likely to follow. Companies and individuals must resolve conflicts to allow people to carry on their work, pay their employees, protect property as well as individual rights and run their businesses.

Perhaps one of the few silver linings of this crisis is that it is occurring in an era of readily available virtual communication, through Zoom and similar technologies. This article discusses suggestions for holding effective Zoom mediations.

Preparation for a Zoom Mediation

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