Article from: TDM 1 (2007), in Mediation & ADR
What if the neutral was asked to wear two hats, to be an arbitrator and a mediator, but not at
the same time? First to be an arbitrator, make a decision, seal the decision in an envelope
without telling the result to the parties, and then become a mediator? What if the parties
agreed in advance that they would open the envelope, and be bound by its contents, only if the
mediation were to fail to result in an agreed outcome?
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