Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mediation, and Other Processes
Aspen Law & Business, 1999 - Dispute resolution (Law) - 707 pages
This best-selling casebook has already helped thousands of students master the fundamentals of dispute resolution. with its broad, comprehensive coverage and direct, accessible approach, DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Negotiation, Mediation, and Other Processes, Third Edition, is ideally suited for use in the traditional ADR survey course.
For each of the three main branches of alternative dispute resolution - negotiation, mediation, and arbitration - the authors:
critically examine the branch and its 'hybrid' offshoots
present careful explanations giving students a solid foundation for future practice
describe and analyze applications and their appropriate environments
present hypothetical exercises that allow students to evaluate the technique
Scrupulously updated for its Third Edition, DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Negotiation, Mediation, and Other Processes now offers:
new social science findings on the effectiveness of mediation
new coverage of mediation regulation
a new section on mediation in the context of cultural differences
more detailed treatment of ethics issue
timely material on malpractice liability and non-union arbitration
a new appendix providing a Research Guide to ADR
new problems of the same high quality the book has always represented
For the latest coverage of the most important issues in ADR, you can depend on Goldberg, Sander, and Rogers and their proven-effective casebook, which is accompanied by a solid Teacher's Manual.
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