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A method of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third party helps the parties reach a resolution of the dispute by facilitating communication, clarifying areas of agreement, helping see each other’s viewpoints, suggesting settlement options, but who cannot make decisions that bind the parties, is called _______. arbitration conciliations minitrial mediation
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A method of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third party helps the parties reach a resolution of the dispute by facilitating communication, clarifying areas of agreement, helping see each other’s viewpoints, suggesting settlement options, but who cannot make decisions that bind the parties, is called MEDIATION.
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A method of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third party helps the parties reach a resolution of the dispute by facilitating communication, clarifying areas of agreement, helping see each other’s viewpoints, suggesting settlement options, but who cannot make decisions that bind the parties, is called MEDIATION.

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