...Kind of 'Jury' Research," by Amy Rothstein, published in Legal affiliate New York Law Journal on Sept. 10, 2009.) &bull...
In many cases, the distinction between litigation and arbitration has become blurred as more litigation practices are infused into arbitration. Clients thus lose the cost and time savings that they s
...Mediation preparation is substantially different from trial preparation. While the facts and legal merits certainly have their place in a mediation, you must come to...
Workplace conflict can be very expensive for businesses — and that expense has been increasing over the last 10 years, due to higher jury verdicts, attorney fees and other costs, as well as an
...save time and money, but the framework likely reflects accepted corporate and legal policies. If the established ECA policy contains a prescribed framework, evaluate whether...
Non-residents of Philadelphia may use their Philadelphia city wage tax as a credit for income-tax liability in other jurisdictions, the Commonwealth Court has ruled
This is the 12th and final article in this series on mediation advocacy. The 11th article, "Mediation Advocacy: Preparing to Avoid an Impasse," published December 21, 2012, provided tips on how to av
This is the 11th article in this series on mediation advocacy. The 10th article, published November 21, addressed the pre-mediation groundwork needed in preparation for signing a terms sheet or a set
This is the 10th article in this series on mediation advocacy. This article discusses the kind of groundwork counsel should perform to be ready for signing a terms sheet or a settlement agreement at
...conduct reality testing and to probe more deeply into the party's legal weaknesses, its alternatives to settlement, its risks and the other side's...
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