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Since the United States Supreme Court came down in favor of mandatory arbitration with its decision in McMahon v. SLH (482 U.S. 220 6/8/87), SAC has been the attorney's primary link to this specialized field. Here's a quick summary of our products and services, tailored to your needs. Click on the products mentioned for specific information. And scroll down for our attorney communication services and a trade tip.

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Experts in Mediation - Catalysts for Resolution
An expert has traditionally been regarded as a credentialed spokesperson engaged to endorse the position of his or her client. An expert can make many contributions: identifying issues in dispute, marshalling facts, and bringing key elements into focus. For counsel unfamiliar with securities disputes, an expert can be an invaluable resource in understanding the facts and the issues, and in identifying the salient aspects of both.

An expert will help the client, attorney, and mediator understand the issues in dispute and articulate the issues without the emotion of the parties or the advocacy of counsel.

The success of mediation rests upon each side's readiness to listen to the other and to honestly comprehend and respond to each other. The more effectively each side can marshal and present its facts, educate the other side to these facts, and counter opposing facts the more likely resolution will be achieved.

Roger Deitz, chair of the Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, explains this topic in full in a cover story of the Commentator. Go to our Educational Materials & Links area to print out this article.

NOTE: Tips for practitioners are a regular feature in the Commentator. Our editor, Rick Ryder who is widely experienced in securities litigation and is an active arbitrator as well is constantly injecting useful commentary pertaining to your business within all sections of the publication. Also, check out Letters to the Editor, where practitioners regularly share their experiences and thoughts.


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