Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, Second Edition

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Price
$21.95  $20.41
Publisher
A11y Books
Publish Date
Pages
370
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.82 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780578310459

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"As one of America's leading civil rights lawyers, Lainey Feingold uses Structured Negotiation to obtain far-reaching settlements without litigation. Now she shares her secrets. This book should be required reading for lawyers and law students alike." ― Samuel R. Bagenstos, Frank G. Millard Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; Former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights


"Lainey Feingold's thoughtful and experienced-based distillation of her new approach to resolving disputes through Structured Negotiation has the potential to make a major impact on how we resolve disputes. Bearing strong similarities to Collaborative Law, and integrating well with mediation, the Structured Negotiation model provides a detailed roadmap for principled peacemaking in complex cases." ― David Hoffman, Esq., Founder, Boston Law Collaborative, LLC; John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School


"I've participated in a Structured Negotiation with Lainey Feingold and have seen first-hand how it achieves real benefits that are broader, less costly, and arrive much faster than through traditional litigation. This book proves that zealous advocacy and civility can coexist in the practice of law. It should be required reading for all lawyers." ― Denise Norgle, Division General Counsel, TransUnion LLC


"This book offers an easy-to-read roadmap for a creative new approach to resolving legal disputes that will benefit all clients, from the most powerful corporation to the most disempowered individual. It should be mandatory reading for law students and every practicing litigation lawyer." ― David Lepofsky, visiting professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto Canada


"This fantastic guide to Structured Negotiation provides valuable insights for anyone interested in becoming a better advocate. Readers learn effective strategies through easy-to-follow explanations with fascinating anecdotes from the author's work as a disability rights attorney. I really enjoyed reading this book and appreciate all the lessons within." - Haben Girma, Human rights lawyer and author of the best seller, Haben, the Deafblind Woman who Conquered Harvard Law

"Building a more inclusive and accessible world takes patience, partnership and persistence, and a copy of this book! Lainey is the expert on how to work collaboratively to create long term societal inclusion." - Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Chief Accessibility Officer, Microsoft

"As one of America's leading civil rights lawyers, Lainey Feingold uses Structured Negotiation to obtain far-reaching settlements without litigation. Now she shares her secrets. This book should be required reading for lawyers and law students alike." - Samuel R. Bagenstos, Frank G. Millard Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; Former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights

"Lainey Feingold's thoughtful and experienced-based distillation of her new approach to resolving disputes through Structured Negotiation has the potential to make a major impact on how we resolve disputes. Bearing strong similarities to Collaborative Law, and integrating well with mediation, the Structured Negotiation model provides a detailed roadmap for principled peacemaking in complex cases." - David Hoffman, Esq., Founder, Boston Law Collaborative, LLC; John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School

"Lainey's book has great value to us in Basque Country, Spain. It presents the Structured Negotiation methodology showing a multitude of cases in which it has been successful. Structured Negotiation is a brilliant method that sets aside confrontation in relationships and moves us towards a peaceful coexistence." - Marta Ruiz Cerrillo, Basque Country Collaborative Law Association

"This book offers an easy-to-read roadmap for a creative new approach to resolving legal disputes that will benefit all clients, from the most powerful corporation to the most disempowered individual. It should be mandatory reading for law students and every practicing litigation lawyer." - David Lepofsky, visiting professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto Canada