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HOW CONFIDENTIAL ARE MEDIATION COMMUNICATIONS?

Judge Raymond T. Lyons (Retired)

Confidentiality might be provided by a statute (such as the Uniform Mediation Act), court rule or order, rules of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers such as the American Arbitration Association, Judicial Mediation and Arbitration Services and Federal Arbitration Inc., or by a private agreement. Although mediation confidentiality is generally enforced in many contexts, there are exceptions.

Read More: How Confidential Are Mediation Communications?

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