Monday, March 5

The Effective Use of Experts in Mediation showing over at the Mediation vBlog Project.

Or take a look at the thumbnail in the sidebar to your right.

I talk to Barry Jordan of PPB McCallum Petterson, a leading forensic accounting firm. Barry is Director of his firm’s Forensic Services Team.

I ask Barry about his role as an expert - getting down to the nuts and bolts of an expert’s role in joint and private mediation sessions; how mediators can assist experts in narrowing the all to often gap between competing expert views; how mediators can move from the science of the case (the numbers/technical aspects) towards the pragmatic/commercial deal making part of the mediation and how experts can ‘partner’ mediators when the going gets tough.

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