I have been a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure for many years.  It is commonly known that the vast majority of cases are resolved by agreement of the parties before trial.  Given the tremendous expense and other risks presented by a one-shot-at-victory adjudication, the settlement rate is not surprising.  Any employment lawyer worth his or her salt will strongly advise that settlement be considered at some point in the litigation process.  And, even if the parties’ lawyers don’t give this advice, applicable court rules in most jurisdictions these days require that formal settlement discussions take place before trial. 

As an experienced litigator, I am familiar with mediation.  I have participated in hundreds of mediations as a representative of my client’s interests.  I have also acted as a mediator from time to time.  It is a role that I believe I am well suited for.  My experience, knowledge of the law and familiarity with litigation allow me to speak knowledgably to both parties and lawyers about the pros and cons of their case and the benefits of a compromise settlement.

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