Category Archives: Privilege

Hostess Twinkies Go To Mediation — Or Not?

At the bankruptcy court’s urging, Hostess and the Baker’s Union agreed to mediation to avoid the liquidation of Hostess and the loss of an estimated 18,000 jobs.  But is it really a mediation? The judge hearing the case, Judge Robert … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Mediated Settlement: Is the Deal Done?

Facebook’s mediated settlement with ConnectU and the Winklevoss twins might finally be over in light of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ opinion issued April 11, 2011.  Well, . . . it may be over.  There may be an appeal. … Continue reading

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Co-Mediation, Advocacy and Ethics Workshop

On March 24, 2011, mediators and attorneys will gather for a mediation workshop in Salt Lake City. Over 110 were registered at last count.  Come join us for the first annual Excellence in ADR workshop sponsored by the Utah State … Continue reading

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