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Question 1

Franklin and Benjamin are embroiled in a bitter battle over who owns the rights to "Franklin's Butter Barn," a local creamery. There is a lawsuit pending, but the clogged local court system will not permit a judge to hear their case for some time. They are thinking about alternatives which will allow a disinterested party to make a fair and impartial determination of who owns what. Which of the following accurately lists the alternatives which will meet this goal?

Question 2

Which of the following is an activity in which mediators do NOT engage?

Question 3

Alex and Brian are opposing parties who must attempt mediation before the court will hear their case. During the mediation sessions, the bickering is so constant that the mediator would like nothing more than to ask the parties to cease discussion. True or false: Because the mediator thinks she has heard enough to make her decision, she can properly instruct the parties to end their heated "discussion."

Question 4

Mediation is a process which:

Question 5

The guidelines which mediators must follow are:

Question 6

After a settlement agreement is signed as a result of mediation, one party decides not to keep the promises made in that contract. The other party could:

Question 7

Mediation is always the preferred means of dispute resolution.