Post is unclear. Mediation is not a binding decision. If case filed, most courts require an attempt to resolve at some type of ADR, like mediation. If it doesnt settle, the case is then set for trial. Not sure what the status is of your case. If no trial, and it hasnt beed dismissed for some reason, your atty or a new atty can step in and move cae along to trial. talk to your lawyer or a new one locally.
Alternative dispute resolution, including mediation, presents an alternative to the more lengthy and costly process of actual litigation and trial. But, you always have the right to elect going to trial.
Unless you signed a release, terminating the case in exchange for some settlement, or unless the case actually went to trial and judgment, then as long as the case was properly filed in the correct court, you are still in litigation. The actual procedural posture of this matter is not clear from this post. You must either consult with your attorney or if you did not have one, get one ASAP now today before blowing deadlines.
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it will depend if this was nonbinding mediation rather than arbitration. if arbitration which it may be, then it may be end of story. contact a local attorney who contributes here.
I hope that you had an attorney for this case. I am not sure you understand the process and what has happened and what can happen. I am not sure if the statute of limitations has lapsed on the case or not. Not sure who told you it was a million dollar case. You NEED to consult a local attorney ASAP to find out exactly what has transpired and exactly what your options are. Good luck.
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