In mediation, final offers are a road to nowhere
By Todd Humber, AdvocateDaily.com Contributor
“The mediation table is already packed with drama — back and forth negotiations, emotion, and trials and tribulations — so the last thing it needs is for one party to table a final offer, says Toronto mediator and employment lawyer Peter Israel.
“We all know there’s no such thing — especially not early on in the process,” he tells AdvocateDaily.com.
Drawing a line in the sand rarely works, and final offers get in the way of the true goal of mediation, which is finding a solution that both parties can live with, says Israel, founding principal of PI Mediation.” (Read more…)
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