Winning at Litigation through Decision Analysis: Creating and Executing Winning Strategies in any Litigation or Dispute

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Springer, Jun 1, 2016 - Business & Economics - 456 pages

This book is the first in-depth guide to applying the philosophy, theory, and methods of decision analysis to creating and executing winning legal strategies. With explanations that progress from introductory to advanced and practice problems at the end of each chapter, this is a book the reader will want to use and refer to for years to come. Practicing decision analysts, operations research and management science students, attorneys and law students will find this book an invaluable addition to their knowledge and skills.

John Celona has over three decades of experience in teaching and applying decision analysis. John lectures in the School of Engineering at Stanford University and is on faculty at The Stanford Center for Professional Development, the American Course on Drug Development and Regulatory Sciences, and the Academy of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Why Should You Do a Decision Analysis?
10
How To Do a Decision Analysis
53
Advanced Decision Analysis Topics
237

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John Celona is the Founder and President of Decision Analysis Associates. He has over three decades of experience as a management consultant in risk analysis and management and strategy development for senior executives in Fortune 500 companies.

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