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Oregon Supreme Court Rules on Mediation Confidentiality - Alternative Dispute Resolution News

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Posted on: Jan 20, 2016

By Jennifer Bays Beinart, Bays Family Law

On December 15, 2015, the Oregon Supreme Court issued an opinion on the confidentiality of statements made prior to the actual mediation. This opinion may have far reaching effects in the area of confidentiality and mediation. The effects are to be most strongly felt in states that have not adopted the Uniform Mediation Act. Whether Indiana adopts the same stance, only time will tell, but this article is a good read on matters of confidentiality in the mediation process. 

This post was written by Jennifer Beinart, Bays Family Law. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the ADR Section page, please email Rachel Beachy at rbeachy@indybar.org.

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