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Mediation for wrongful termination claims and other legal matters is used quite often. Mediation is a way for the employer and an employee involved in a wrongful termination suit to come to an agreement during mediation instead of going through a court battle.
The first thing lawyers for the employee and the employer to do is find a wrongful termination mediator in Texas to help with the mediation, and then start preparing for the opening session. The parties and their lawyers need to listen to the mediator in most things, because after all he/she is experienced on these matters.
At no time in the mediation, will the wrongful termination mediator in Texas, take sides. He/she is there as a neutral party to ensure that heads are cool and the parties bargain in good faith to attempt to reach an agreement.
When preparing for the opening session, the mediator will go over what the employee needs to bring and what the employer needs to bring as well. Both the parties and/or their lawyers are allowed to make opening statements when the mediation session begins, so everyone needs to prepare their statements in advance and know exactly what they want to say. If the parties and /or their lawyers come unprepared, it may cause the mediation to fail and result in an impasse.
Remember, the parties can end up in court, if the employee and the employer don’t come to terms during the mediation. So listening to the mediator is very important. Hiring a mediator is a process that requires research before making any decision.
Houston mediator, John W. Kelly, Jr., has been mediating wrongful termination cases since 1992, either as an advocate or neutral mediator. As an experienced wrongful termination mediator, he can assist the parties in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of their positions. Contact him today at 713-775-3003 or send him an email at email@example.com for a complimentary initial consultation.