Overcoming Impasse In Mediation, Part 1 of 3

February 28, 2017By Bill RatliffUncategorized

Impasse. Arguably the single most dreaded word in the world of negotiation — where the worst outcome is no outcome. Impasse occurs every day — in business, marriage, life — and typically results when one or both parties in a negotiation refuse to make further concessions on a particular issue. As much as I despise … Read More

How To Make Better Decisions In Mediations. And In Life.

February 7, 2017By br_adminCase Studies

Mediation can provide certainty in an uncertain litigation process. By design, it enables the client to have control (at least over their own decisions), in a judicial process that none of us can fully control. My role, simply put, is to try to help lawyers and their clients make good decisions with the information they … Read More