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Mediation requires counsel to view the dispute differently than when preparing for trial. Counsel who are preparing for and engaged in mediation use a different skill set than counsel who are preparing or engaged in trial. It is important to apply the skill set which is appropriate for a given stage of the litigation. Counsel should consider the words on the sign at the rural railroad-crossing: Stop, look and listen.
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