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CONFIDENTIALITY

Updated: Sep 10

Like legal counsel, a priest in the confessional, or a therapist, the mediator is bound by confidentiality. What the parties share is privileged and can not be subpoenaed for use outside the mediation process. The principle of confidentiality promotes open and honest sharing which leads to effective communication. Effective communication drives the mediation process.


John R. Surprenant, JD





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