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    Used most often in employment disputes, Neutral Fact-Finding is a voluntary and consensual process involving a     mediator or other outside neutral third party investigator.  This “fact-finder” conducts a due process search for
    evidence relating to an existing conflict.  The fact-finder typically interviews the claimant, the defendant and other     witnesses and prepares a confidential report for management and in some cases, their counsel.  Neutral fact-finders
    are often more likely to uncover facts than are stakeholders and their discoveries often provide employers with the     information they need to resolve a dispute internally without litigation.


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