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Thanks, John. Once again, a great job!
Thank you again and it was a pleasure working with you on this case.
Thank you for your professional skill and experience in helping the parties settle their differences.
The parties were able to come to an agreement and have settled the case along the lines as you suggested at the end of the mediation.
Judge, again I cannot express how profoundly I appreciate your [successful] efforts.
Thank you again for your [successful] efforts in this case! I look forward to working with you again in the future.
[T]he result is nothing short of remarkable, perhaps miraculous. Really, Judge, I can’t thank you enough.
It was a pleasure working with you yesterday, thanks again.
John, it was a pleasure working with you yesterday.
Thank you for your great efforts to get this matter resolved.
Thank you for your [successful] efforts in this case.
It was a pleasure working with you. Thank you for all your help.
Please accept [our] sincere appreciation for all your efforts in this case. Tough situation … I look forward to working with you in the future.
Thanks again, Judge Lewis.
Thanks again for your [successful] service.
Thank you very much for your time today [resolving the dispute].
You were gracious and professional and very loving in the way you handled the mediation, so I wanted to say how much I appreciated your engagement…I look forward to working with you again in the future.
I wanted to thank you for the hard work you put into the [successful] mediation yesterday. That was a tough one.
Thank you for your outstanding work on this case…neither party going in thought it would settle.
Great job today. Thank you.
Thank you for all of your efforts in resolving the matter.
I just want to thank you for your time and thank you for your efforts today. It was a pleasure meeting and talking with you.
Judge Lewis was well prepared, clear on role and expectations, clearly impartial.
[John] was very helpful with suggestions to resolve knotty issues.
We held out little hope of resolution, but John Lewis got it done!