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Representing Clients in Mediation: A Guide to Optimal Results Based on Insights from Counsel, Mediators, and Program Administrators
Spencer Punnett
American Bar Association / Softcover / Apr 2016
9781614387572 (ISBN-10: 1614387575)
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600 pages
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Representing Clients in Mediation: A Guide to Optimal Results is designed for lawyers of all experience levels who need to help their clients mediate legal disputes that typically involve a claim for damages.

About the Author:

Spencer Punnett, of Ormond Baech, FLA., is certified by the Florida Supreme Court to mediate civil disputes at the County and Circuit Court levels. His law degree is from Northwestern University School of Law, where he served as an editor of the Law Review and was awarded the school's Lowden-Wigmore Prize for Legal Scholarship. Mr. Punnett has been active in the American Bar Association for many years, where his leadership appointments have included: Co-Chair of the ABA Litigation Section’s Book Publishing Board; Editor-in-Chief of Litigation News; advisory board member of the ABA Commission on Disability Rights (then called the ABA Commission on Mental and Physical Disabilities); and Vice Chair for Education of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section’s Mediation Committee.

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