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Mediation should be a private and confidential process.  The promise of confidentiality is not quite the same as the attorney-client confidentiality governed by the Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers, because there are two clients in the session with the attorney-mediator, not just one; and each one is entitled to know the communications that go between the mediator and the other person.  The Rules of Professional Conduct regarding confidentiality for lawyers (who are not serving as mediators) apply to the one-on-one relationship between a lawyer and her solitary client.  …

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