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Keeping Secrets in Mediation and Other Tricky Ethical Challenges

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, September 01, 2015

What do ethics and ADR have in common? Lots!

For example, is it OK for one spouse to conceal financial information from the other during a divorce and property settlement mediation – with the mediator’s knowledge?

Frank MorrisonKimberly FaussA Joint Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee webinar on September 30, 2014, presented by Kimberly Fauss and Frank Morrison, examined several dicey ethical scenarios arising in mediation. Lucky for us,
the program was recorded.

You must be a member of the Joint ADR Committee and sign in to the VBA website to view the recording of "Challenging Ethical Questions in Negotiation: Informed Consent and Disclosures for Advocates and Neutrals."

Not a member? Not a problem! Membership is $25 a year, and you can put that investment to use by accessing the webinar as soon as your membership is approved.

VBA members can join here.

Virginia State Bar members who are not VBA members can join here. Please select "Non-Member Joint ADR" as your member type. You will be prompted to create a username and password and fill out profile information. Once your membership has been accepted, return to this post and click the title of the webinar for access to the program.

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