Featured Articles by Phyllis G. Pollack

2103, 2014

Article on Advocacy

March 21st, 2014|0 Comments

Introduction
Several months ago, Joan Kessler asked that I provide an article to be included in the ADR issue of The Advocate. Since then, I have pondered on what I should write about. For inspiration, I […]

1301, 2014

Mediation Confidentiality: Once Again

January 13th, 2014|0 Comments

According to the Second Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal, mediation confidentiality will not protect attorney-client communications. In Porter v. Wyner, Case No. B211398 (April 8, 2010), this appellate court held that communications […]

3108, 2007

Mediation Confidentiality: Does it Really Exist in Federal Court?

August 31st, 2007|0 Comments

Does mediation confidentiality exist in federal court? The answer is far from clear. Depending on the circumstances, it is both “yes” and “no.”
BABASA v. LENSCRAFTERS
My quest for this answer started by happenstance when I read […]

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