9781641055703 (paperback) 9781641055710 (epub) 1641055707
"The main premise of this book is that lawyers and mediators should help parties make decisions in litigation by combining an assessment of likely court outcomes with a careful consideration of how their interests are likely to be affected if they (continue to) engage in litigation"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Why lawyers and litigants often do a bad job of litigation interest and risk assessment Lawyers' and neutrals' ethical duties to help clients make informed choices Individuals' intangible costs in litigation Organizations' intangible costs in litigation A simple framework for assessing interests and risks in litigation Additional tools for considering interests and risks in litigation Working with clients to make good litigation decisions Using litigation interest and risk assessment in negotiation Neutrals' use of litigation interest and risk assessment techniques.
K126 .K44 2020
Available in Other Form
Online version: Keet, Michaela, Litigation interest and risk assessment Chicago : American Bar Association, 2020.
Chicago : American Bar Association,