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Early mediation in sports disputes equals efficient outcomes

When we emerge from the current situation, the world of sports will be changed.  And disputes are undoubtedly going to increase, particularly disputes that may have been put on hold while the world has been paused.  Obtaining the assistance of a trained and neutral third party (a mediator) is often the most efficient method to resolve these disputes quickly and effectively so that industry participants can get back to business.

Jeff Benz writes for LawInSport on the need for more mediation in sports disputes. Click here to read in full.

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