In Princeton Insurance Co. v. Vergano,download pdf file , an opinion issued just last Friday, Vice Chancellor Strine explained in great detail the policy reasons and other reasons why he denied a motion in limine to allow testimony of a mediator at a trial that sought the rescission of a settlement reached at mediation. In sum, an insurance company sought to rescind a settlement agreement that was reached at mediation in a medical malpractice case, based on video taken of the plaintiff, shortly after the settlement was agreed upon, and which allegedly showed the plaintiff performing actions that were fraudulently inconsistent with claims on which the settlement was based. The opinion discusses the roles of the lawyers in this predicament and refused to force the attorney for the injured party or the mediator to testify.