Protect Yourself From Biased, Deceptive Mediators: Part 2

Law360, New York (October 12, 2012, 1:27 PM ET) -- The first part of this article, published last week, described the problem of bias and deception by mediators, its background and severity. This part describes what you can do about it.

What You Can Do To Curb Mediator Bias and Deception

When Eminence Grise defended “constructive deception” by mediators, he proclaimed that the impulse to deceive inheres in human nature, and so concluded that we shouldn’t worry about it.

This proclamation was hardly news. In Catholic teaching, the inclination to sin has existed since the fall....
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