How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation – Part 2

| December 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

I recently completed a live streaming program for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). The presentation was viewed live by over 150 people. We had approximately 300 people who registered for the program, in total, who can stream the program on demand.

The program is now available for streaming on demand. If you are an attorney, an in house professional, or simply a person who is in litigation and want to learn more about a process which will help make your mediation(s) more successful, you should view this one hour mediation program.

To view the program, simply click on this link and register.

Here are a few excerpts and screenshots.

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

 

When it comes to mediation statements, follow David Schwartz’s advice:

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

Always consider your clients’ BATNA & WATNA:

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

While there are many views on this, how many stages do you think there are in the mediation process?

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

How to Use Your Trial Skills to Prepare for Mediation

 

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