Litigation Interest and Risk Assessment: Help Your Clients Make Good Litigation Decisions
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After reading this guide you will:
- Recognize and avoid common decision-making errors in litigation;
- Anticipate likely court outcomes more accurately;
- Communicate with clients about what's most important to them in their case;
- Help clients make better decisions;
- Negotiate and mediate more effectively; and
- Learn about technological tools to help make decisions in litigation
Everyone involved in the settlement of lawsuits should make use of this valuable resource with many practical illustrations and checklists. Even the most experienced litigators will gain valuable guidance for effective and ethical practice of litigation and negotiation. This book also is very relevant for corporate and government counsel and executives, settlement conference judges, and law school faculty and students.
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