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Purchase the current version only, no updates will be sent. Contract Dispute Resolution contains the thoughts of leading lawyers on drafting clauses, overseeing negotiations, and managing client expectations. It provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on best practices for using alternative dispute resolution to resolve contractual disputes. Establishing procedural rules for the alternative dispute resolution process.
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If arbitration is chosen, the clause must also explicitly choose the ADR organization and the applicable rules of that organization that will apply to any and all disputes arising from the contract.
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Resolution Settlements and Negotiations. Lawyers are accustomed to stating and defending their client’s position, and to jousting with opposing counsel
Resolution Settlements and Negotiations . Lawyers are accustomed to stating and defending their client’s position, and to jousting with opposing counsel. This process is unlikely to produce a healthy settlement dynamic unless handled carefully.
Inside Lawyers' Ethics - by Christine Parker November 2013. Most lawyers are not involved in litigation on a regular basis, but all lawyers are likely to negotiate on behalf of clients on a daily basis, whether to settle a dispute, or conclude a contract or deal.
Negotiation can be an extremely useful tool to resolve disputes and save the parties from going through a long and expensive litigation. More than 95 percent of civil claims are concluded by negotiations, and not by litigation. These proceedings are often informal, and less expensive or stressful than a full lawsuit. Even if a lawsuit is pending, negotiations between both parties often take place at the same time to see if a settlement can be reached. What does Negotiation Look Like?
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1. Glenn A. Ballard Jr., Partner, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP - "Contract Dispute Resolution through Arbitration and Mediation"
2. John M. Landis, Member, Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann LLC - "Using Alternative Dispute Resolution to Settle Contract Disputes"
3. John Oberdorfer, Partner, Patton Boggs LLP - "Factors to Consider before Deciding on Arbitration, and Other Insights"
4. Joseph Ingrisano, Partner, Kutak Rock LLP - "Achieving the Most Favorable Solution"
5. Andrew Ian Douglass, Partner, Morrison Mahoney LLP - "Alternative Dispute Resolution and Its Use in Contract Disputes"
6. Mark C. Rouvalis, Director, McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton PA - "Resolving Disputes through Other Means: Successful Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution"
7. Dorsey Carson Jr., Partner, Burr & Forman LLP - "Resolving Construction Contract Disputes"
8. Keith Moheban, Shareholder, Leonard, Street and Deinard PA - "Foundations of Contract Dispute Resolution"