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October 11, 2010

Watkins on Business Mediation.

Atlanta-based Barnes & Thornburg partner John L. Watkins recently launched a multi-part site called Watkins Mediation: Business Mediation Resources, which includes a blog he writes. Both a litigator and ADR veteran--he represented clients in arbitrations and mediations long before that was cool--Watkins gets that ADR is designed to be a useful tool for clients. And not a cynical wankfest for their lawyers. Read his reminder in "It's Mediation, Not a Trial". Also see his three-part series on "Insurance and Mediation", which includes reservation of rights and coverage issues. Bonus: Watkins writes like a human being who happens to be a fine lawyer and commercial litigator. His writing is nuanced--but clear, concise and a pleasure to read.

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"Alexander and Diogenes", Gaspard de Crayer (1584-1669)

Posted by Holden Oliver (Kitzb├╝hel Desk) at October 11, 2010 11:59 PM


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