On Sept. 21, 2017 I gave a presentation to attorneys in Ningbo, China on Mediation from a USA Perspective. A few weeks after, representatives from the Shanghai High People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China and The Steering Office for Judicial Reform of the Supreme People’s Court came to NYC discussing a launch of a mediation program throughout China’s judicial system. With increased American/Chinese global trade, parties are seeking efficient and effective methods for dispute resolution. The take-away: mediation is becoming a viable and attractive option internationally as well as domestically. How can we further break down barriers and facilitate this movement- or should we? Your experiences and comments?