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Alternative Dispute Resolution authored by Mark V.B. Partridge: An Essential Competency for Lawyers helps litigators and corporate counsel gain a critical understanding of the increasingly important world of alternative dispute resolution. Readers will learn not only how to resolve disputes more efficiently, but to achieve better results at a lower cost. The book includes an assessment of the benefits of ADR, the specific tactics and tools available within an ADR context, cases studies where ADR has been used to achieve improved results, and practical advice and tips for advocacy in ADR settings, with special emphasis on mediation skills. Relevant statutes and case law are included within a larger narrative that highlights the most effective strategies of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Features

•  Written by an esteemed and experienced practitioner with extensive knowledge of litigation and transactions involving trademarks, copyright and unfair competition law, practicing at a top firm renowned for intellectual property law specialty
•  This unique book combines valuable information as well as strategic advice in obtaining the best possible practices and outcomes in Alternative Dispute Resolution
•  Highlights and explains the skill sets necessary to develop in order to optimize Alternative Dispute Resolution practices through helpful case study analysis

Reviews

"Mark Partridge teaches readers how to put into practice the wisdom and enlightenment of effective dispute resolution, and thus will help to substantially increase the chances of achieving better outcomes faster." -- Michael Leathes, Executive Director, International Mediation Institute

"It will give IP practitioners much-needed guidance in the world of ADR. It is well organized, with a clear table of contents and adequate index, and it contains useful examples and resources (most publicly available on the Internet and most victims of occasionally indifferent copyediting), as well as instructive anecdotal experiences that the author, a distinguished practitioner, employs to illustrate the text. Of particular value are the comparisons between mediation and arbitration, and the relative merits, as well as the pitfalls, of each." -- Samuel Fifer, The Trademark Reporter

"This is a well-written, well researched book. It is easy to read, and possesses a clarity of purpose, often absent from legal texts. It is designed with the needs of the IP and general litigation practitioner in mind and it clearly meets its goals. Whether beginner or experienced advocate, this is one of those books that should be part of your legal practice collection on your library shelf." -- Colm Brannigan, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

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Table of Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1 Need

CHAPTER 2 Benefits

CHAPTER 3 Avoidance

CHAPTER 4 Options

CHAPTER 5 Arbitration

CHAPTER 6 Mediation

CHAPTER 7 Legal Trends: When ADR Goes to Court

CHAPTER 8 Strategy and Advocacy

CONCLUSION

APPENDICES

TABLE OF CASES

INDEX