Essay on Adr Assignment 3
Yes, Jill can because the only way that Jack wouldn’t have to attend is if he is authorized by the court or the mediator to attend the mediation by telephone. But other than that he would have to attend the mediation he wouldn’t be able to just ignore it. Stated in M. D. Fla. L.B.R. 9019-2 it says that “(k) Participation of Parties at Mediation . --All parties to the mediation are required to attend the mediation in person, unless authorized by the Court or the mediator to attend by telephone. Parties are encouraged to participate in the mediation in a good faith attempt to resolve the issues between …show more content…
4) If the mediation fails, will the mediator be able to tell the judge what went wrong and how the case might be settled?
No it is supposed to be confidential. Usually the judge won’t even know the mediators name unless it is a court-ordered mediation. Mediation is supposed to remain between the parties, mediator, their lawyer if they have one,