• Philip Reich

Be Prepared!

Updated: Jul 31, 2018





It is important to convey to the mediator and opposing party that you are prepared and well versed in the facts and law of your case. Attorneys that are unprepared on those fronts are automatically behind in the mediation. You can’t sell your position and case strengths if you don’t know what they are. Take the time before the mediation to review and address key facts and issues of law.