Mediation: US Privilege and Work Product Issues

This Practice Note analyzes, and suggests ways to maximize, the various privileges and protections that may shield mediation communications from disclosure to third parties who are uninvolved in the mediation. In particular, this Note addresses the mediation privilege, attorney-client privilege, work product doctrine and Federal Rule of Evidence 408.

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