Dispute Resolution Ethics: A Comprehensive Guide
Phyllis Bernard, Bryant G. Garth
American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution, 2002 - Law - 513 pages
This book lays out the groundwork for dispute resolution ehtics at a time when the public is clamoring for ethical behavior in all walks of private and professional life.
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Ethical Duties and Best Practices When Engaging a Mediator
Mediation Values and Lawyer Ethics
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