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Multiple Party Settlement Negotiation Strategies to Benefit Your Client

 

Learn effective strategies to settle multiple party disputes.

Every dispute requires lawyers to exercise their negotiating skills. Each lawyer during the negotiation between multiple parties is especially challenging and requires greater logistical awareness of the competing interests. Each party of course has an expectation to provide a reasonable settlement for their client. Knowing the timing of when to make demands and when to listen while negotiating is a vital skill for every lawyer. To help you settle multiple party disputes, this information provides the elements of a tested negotiation formula that includes objective criteria and tactics that will enable you to settle litigation, commercial disputes and other claims.

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Hal A. Emalfarb, Esq.

Hal A. Emalfarb, Esq.

Emalfarb, Swan & Bain

  • Partner in Emalfarb, Swan and Bain founded in 1978
  • Practice emphasizes construction law and settling multi-party claims and disputes contract modification, termination by default or agreement, federal, state and bankruptcy litigation
  • Conducts regular publications, web content, seminars and workshops for contractors, developers and manufacturers with nationwide legal disputes
  • Author of several publications related to the areas of construction law; notably Illinois Construction Law by McGraw Hill and the Construction Law Treatise by Mathew Bender for the chapters for Termination and Modification of Contracts; and co-authored the Builders' Association of Chicago, a chapter of Associated General Contractors publication on Waivers of Lien
  • Contributor to www.mechanicslien.com a reference for education that provides the initial statutory steps for the construction industry to comply with the lien law deadlines for all 50 states
  • Settled thousands of construction disputes for public, private and federal projects
  • J.D. degree, Loyola University School of Law, Chicago; B.A. degree in political science, University of Iowa
Thomas B. Salzer, Esq.

Thomas B. Salzer, Esq.

  • Associate in construction boutique construction litigation law firm, Philadelphia
  • Corporate lawyer/general counsel of a construction subsidiary of Fortune 500 company
  • Part owner/general counsel of a regional glass/glazing design, manufacturing & installation company
  • Commercial mediator in mid-Atlantic region for 25 years
  • Mediation and arbitration newsletter chief editor for ten years for Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • J.D. degree, Catholic University; M.S. degree in water resources/civil engineering, University of Michigan; B.S. degree in chemical engineering, Tufts University
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