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With very few exceptions, the mediator, all attorneys, the parties, and any other persons involved in the mediation must treat as “confidential information” the contents of written mediation statements, anything that happened or was said, any position taken, and any view of the merits of the case formed by any participant in connection with any mediation. “Confidential Information” must not be (1) disclosed to anyone not involved in the mediation process; (2) disclosed to the trial judge; or (3) discoverable or subject to compulsory process or used for any purpose…”. See U.S. Kansas District Court Rule 16.3

A confidential non-disclosure agreement will be provided by the Mediator prior to the commencement of the mediation session.