Negotiation: What Statements—and Omissions—Are Ethical?

Stewart Edelstein
When is your silence unethical?

When is your silence unethical?

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Join Stewart Edelstein for an On-Demand CLE titled "How to Succeed as a Trial Lawyer: Negotiating and Mediating Ethically." The webinar is available in the ABA CLE Marketplace.

You know that it is unethical to make a false statement of material fact when negotiating, but what about a statement about an opinion? And when is your silence unethical? Caveat: Some jurisdictions do not limit rulings on these ethical issues to material facts.

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