Don't complain at this point. If they think there is a possibility of a reasonable resolution, that is preferable to risking a jury verdict. You do not have to settle but doesn't hurt to try again.Ask a similar question
Your brother needs to ask his lawyer this question. No one here can second-guess his lawyer.
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If his case can be resolved without going to trial, it may be worthwhile to pursue. He should ask his lawyer if he has questions about the process.Ask a similar question
All mediators are different and handle things a little differently. I have had mediators call me up and still work toward getting the case resolved even after a formal mediation. Meeting with parties separately is necessary. Many times the mediator has to "hammer" on one party or another, and does it in private. It sounds like your mediator is doing what he can to try to bring the case to a successful conclusion. Let him do his job.Ask a similar question