An impartial third person in a dispute who works with both parties in a lawsuit in an attempt to reach a settlement or agreement is a mediator. A mediator can’t force the parties to resolve their claim or differences, but instead works to encourage a free exchange of information and open discussions regarding reaching a settlement. In most cases, a mediator is a lawyer, retired judge, or expert in the field of the dispute.
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