Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    By Lainey Feingold

    Structured Negotiation:  A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    By Lainey Feingold

    Imagine successfully resolving legal claims without depositions, expert battles, or runaway costs. Picture a process that offers win-win solutions, encourages relationships, and does not involve lawsuits. This is Structured Negotiation, the collaborative dispute resolution method described in this ground-breaking book. This method is an effective and path-breaking way to resolve claims.

    Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    By Lainey Feingold

    Structured Negotiation:  A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

    By Lainey Feingold

    Imagine successfully resolving legal claims without depositions, expert battles, or runaway costs. Picture a process that offers win-win solutions, encourages relationships, and does not involve lawsuits. This is Structured Negotiation, the collaborative dispute resolution method described in this ground-breaking book. This method is an effective and path-breaking way to resolve claims.
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    Without lawsuits, Structured Negotiation has led to settlement agreements with Bank of America, Walmart, CVS, Major League Baseball, Anthem, Weight Watchers, and a host of other organizations. Settlements with the City and County of San Francisco, Houston’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, and Massachusetts General Hospital demonstrate the process is also a viable litigation alternative for disputes in the non-profit and public sector.

    Lawsuits play an important role in moving society forward. But the legal profession — and the public it serves — deserve less costly, less stressful, and more cooperative alternatives. Clients need a forum where stories matter and they can feel heard. Would-be defendants need a process that allows them to do the right thing without having to first prove there is no problem to begin with.

    Readers will learn:

    • How to write an opening letter that invites participation;
    • How to establish ground rules;
    • How to hold collaborative meetings and bring in experts without discovery battles;
    • How to give clients a meaningful role that respects their expertise and builds relationships.

    Product Details

    Sponsor Groups

    Commission On Disability Rights , Section of Dispute Resolution

    Publisher

    ABA Book Publishing

    Author

    Lainey Feingold

    ISBN

    9781634255448

    Page Count

    216

    Product Code

    5100030

    Sponsor Groups

    Commission On Disability Rights , Section of Dispute Resolution

    Publisher

    ABA Book Publishing

    Author

    Lainey Feingold

    ISBN

    9781634255455

    Page Count

    216

    Product Code

    5100030EBK

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