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Mediating the Litigated Case - Washington, D.C.

Du lun. 26 au sam. 31 mars 2012

Upcoming training programs at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution

A sophisticated six-day program for experienced litigators, in-house counsel, and other practitioners.  Professionals can study the mediation of litigated cases to either become a mediator or to be a better advocate.  The program will focus on the various stages of the process, identifying and working with different negotiation styles, and facilitating problem solving regardless of whether the case involves contractual, tort, personal injury, employment, partnership, or securities issues.

In addition to providing mediation skills training, the program will deal with issues specific to the adversarial setting including managing attorney advocates, the parameters of confidentiality, and concerns about discovery. It will also focus on issues of particular concern to attorney-mediators including the proscription against dual representation, providing legal advice, conflicts of interest, drafting mediation agreements, and other ethical dilemmas.

Program is held at the Pepperdine facility in Washington, D.C.

Register early as programs will sell out.

For more information on any of these programs or to register call or email:  Lori Rushford (310) 506-6342 or lori.rushford@pepperdine.edu or http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/training_and_conferences/

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