Q: Hi... Should the charging party raise the points of concern during mediation? Or is this the role of the mediator?
I have an employment issue.
As a general matter in arbitrations and mediations of any type, the party who would raise points of concern is usually the one who would be adversely impacted by the points going unchallenged into the record to be used by the arbitrator or mediator. Both sides are presenting their versions - both know their facts and positions well, but in comparison, it's the first time the arbitrator or mediator is hearing them make their arguments. Good luck
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