Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, Second Edition Lainey Feingold Author
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Lainey is the expert on how to work collaboratively to create long term societal inclusion. - Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Chief Accessibility Officer, MicrosoftThis fantastic guide to structured negotiations provides valuable insights for anyone interested in becoming a better advocate. I really enjoyed reading this book and appreciate all the lessons within. - Haben Girma, Human rights lawyer and author of the best seller, Haben, the Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law.---Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits shares stories and strategies from 25 years of successful collaborations between the disability community and some of the largest public and private organizations in the United States. Born at the intersection of accessibility, technology, disability, and dispute resolution, the pioneering strategy described in this book has been instrumental in creating a more inclusive digital world for a quarter century. First published by the American Bar Association, the Second Edition includes new Structured Negotiation win-wins, other new content, and Forewords by Haben Girma, author of the best-selling Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law and by Susana Sucunza, Basque Country Spain collaborative lawyer and president of the Basque Country Collaborative Law Association.Not just for lawyers, the book offers an effective and path-breaking method to resolve disputes without lawsuits, and to lessen the conflict and expense of filed cases. Lawsuits play an important role in moving society forward. But the legal profession ― and the public it serves ― deserve less costly, less stressful, and more cooperative and ethical alternatives. Clients need a forum where stories matter. Would-be defendants need a process that allows them to do the right thing without having to prove there is no problem to begin with.


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