This series of articles is devoted to the subject of mediation in bankruptcy—why people may not be using it, how it can be used effectively, pitfalls to avoid, and ethical issues that can arise. Part I looked at why bankruptcy lawyers often think they can do without mediation—and why they might often be wrong about that. Part II discussed ways in which mediation can be used effectively in a variety of bankruptcy contexts. This is Part III in that series.
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