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Florida (FL) Negotiations CLE Course Catalog

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Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls in ADR
The use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) particularly in the area of mediation has grown dramatically in the past ten years. However, it is a process that many counsel lack familiarity with. Of importance are the ethical considerations that attach to settlement negotiations.

American Bar Association

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63 minutes
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Drafting the Arbitration Provision in Commercial Contracts
More and more cases are being submitted to arbitration as a result of pre-dispute contractual clauses. Sometimes, the clause is very basic and simply provides for arbitration in the event of a dispute. Learn how to create an arbitration clause that is detailed and specifies a variety of terms.

American Bar Association

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The Art of Negotiation: Influencing Boardroom Decisions & Getting The Board Onside
In this session, we will deep dive into the best negotiation strategies, how to effectively communicate your vision, and negotiate with the board.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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Navigating Global M&A During Turbulent Times
In this session, we will focus on the key strategic considerations, negotiation communications, integration planning and the risk areas to avoid and due diligence procedures to deploy.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Transactional Practice Boot Camp: Part 1 - Zero to Hero: What You Need to Know During Your First Years as a Transactional Attorney
This program is for 0-3 year attorneys who have never experienced transactional law (and maybe even never worked in a law office) to rethink the "litigation-first" perspective that gets ingrained during law school. For a large number of law students interested in working with business transactions, as in-house counsel, in IP prosecution, licensing, etc., we want to provide guidance for what you should be thinking about on your first day of an internship, your first day at a job, or your first day running your own firm. These are tips to distinguish yourself on your first day even if you don't have any direct transactional experience.

New Media Rights

$95

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