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Ethical Conduct in Mediations, Grievances and Negotiations

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Understanding the ethical issues related to mediations, grievances and negotiations is essential to making those processes as productive as possible. Review the applicable ethical standards and gain practical advice on getting the most benefit from mediations, grievances and negotiations.
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1. Ethical Conduct in Mediations, Grievances and Negotiations (Mar 2015)

Derrell A. Coleman

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Ethical Conduct in Mediations, Grievances and Negotiations (Mar 2015)

Understanding the ethical issues related to mediations, grievances and negotiations is essential to making those processes as productive as possible. Review the applicable ethical standards and gain practical advice on getting the most benefit from mediations, grievances and negotiations.

Originally presented at: Feb 2015 School Law Conference

Derrell A. Coleman, JD, PhD, West & Associates, L.L.P. - Dallas, TX