After mediation: Potential outcomes and next steps

A guide to what happens after a mediation has taken place. The note looks at what happens if a mediation is successful and the options available to parties who fail to settle. It explains the requirements for notifying the court of the outcome of a mediation and considers ongoing confidentiality and privilege obligations, as well as the enforcement and setting aside of settlement agreements.

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