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Negotiating Successfully In Litigation And Mediation
Negotiating Successfully In Litigation And Mediation


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In this 1.5-hour, January 9, 2017 program, William E. Curphey III, Esquire, with over thirty years of litigation experience, provides useful and practical suggestions for developing negotiating styles for matters in mediation and other forms of litigation. Mr. Curphey is the managing partner of Curphey & Badger P.A. with offices in Clearwater, Florida and other locations.

Major topics include:
Court-ordered mediation
When should you mediate
Interest-based mediation
Negotiation types
The principled negotiator
What is your best alternative to a negotiated agreement?
The bottom-line negotiator
Historic examples of BATNA
Steps in developing a BATNA
Standards in fairness
Examples with case matters

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