Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

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Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

  • ISBN: 9781634255448

ISBN: 978-1-63425-544-8
Product Code: 5100030
2016, 216 pages, 6x9, Paperback

Imagine successfully resolving legal claims without depositions, expert battles, or runaway costs. Picture a process that offers win-win solutions, encourages relationships, and does not involve lawsuits. This is Structured Negotiation, the collaborative dispute resolution method described in this ground-breaking book.

In an engaging style, packed with success stories from two decades of Structured Negotiation, the book describes an effective and path-breaking way to resolve claims.

“This book should be required reading for lawyers and law students alike."

—Samuel R. Bagenstos, Frank G. Millard Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; Former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights
“Structured Negotiation has the potential to make a major impact on how we resolve disputes. . . the Structured Negotiation model provides a detailed roadmap for principled peacemaking in complex cases."

—David Hoffman, Esq., Founder, Boston Law Collaborative, LLC; John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School

"An eye-opening book for general counsel, litigators, and general business lawyers."

—Peter Silverman, partner at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP (Toledo Ohio)

For more review’s, visit Lainey’s website.

Lainey Feingold named Legal Rebel by ABA Journal, August 29, 2017.

Radio, television, podcast and print interviews about Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

Accessible Media Inc. Weekly AMI-tv episode (March 2017). View Now

The Agenda with host Steve Paikin, on TVO, Canadian public television (February 2017). View Now

Crosscurrents with host Hana Baba, on KALW San Francisco public radio (January 2017). Listen Now

Berkeleyside print interview (December 2016). Read Now

Law School Toolbox podcast (December 2016). Listen Now

For more interviews, visit Lainey’s website.


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Without lawsuits, Structured Negotiation has led to settlement agreements with Bank of America, Walmart, CVS, Major League Baseball, Anthem, Weight Watchers, and a host of other organizations. Settlements with the City and County of San Francisco, Houston’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, and...

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Sharron Rush Oct 27, 2016 Report Abuse
What a great resource - packed with useful information, legalese made readable, and it shares valuable insights on the way digital accessibility is (mis)understood by those outside our community of advocates and consumers. If you care about equal access to communications technology, get the book, read it, and share it widely. it will help you talk about a complex issue directly and positively.
Amy F Peterson Oct 27, 2016 Report Abuse
This book is a great tool for teaching the art of Structured Negotiation. It offers real-world examples and tips on moving through obstacles and resolving disputes in a collaborative fashion.
Haben Girma Oct 10, 2016 Report Abuse
This fantastic guide to structured negotiations provides valuable insights for anyone interested in becoming a better advocate. Readers learn effective strategies through easy-to-follow explanations with fascinating anecdotes from the author's work as a disability rights attorney. I really enjoyed reading this book and appreciate all the lessons within.
John Waldo Sep 30, 2016 Report Abuse
This book is for every litigator willing to acknowledge that most of our procedural wrangles, discovery disputes and expert battles don't actually get us any closer to solving our clients' concerns. Structured Negotiation is particularly suitable for a disability-rights practice like mine, because it puts our clients front and center, encouraging solutions that we can validate as workable rather than solutions that may appear appropriate by people who don't personally experience the problem. But any lawyer and any client willing to focus on the fix rather than the fight can and should read this book. Ms. Feingold has done a service to the legal profession that will give us all better nights' sleep, fewer ulcers and longer and more rewarding careers. John Waldo (Houston, Texas)
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