|Present||Professor of Law, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center|
- International Dispute Resolution
- International Business & Trade
- Mediation Representation
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Mediation Representation : Advocating as a Problem Solver Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2013)
This book, first published in 2004 and recipient of the CPR International Book Award, offers a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning mediation representation, beginning with the initial client interview and extending through post-session representation. ...
International Conflict Resolution: Consensual ADR Processes (2005)
This textbook focuses on consensual approaches to resolving private and public international conflicts. Whether arising in the form of transborder legal disputes between individual parties or at a broader social and political level among nation-states, ...
Articles & Book Chapters (19)
Fashioning an Effective Negotiation Style: Choosing Between Good Practices, Tactics, and Tricks Harvard Negotiation Law Review (2018)
This article addresses two long standing issues in negotiations. First, what choices should we make to be effective? This article offers a schema for classifying the choices into one of three categories and in so ...
Are Legal Disputes Just About the Money? Answers from Mediators on the Front Line Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (2017)
Are most disputes in mediation just about money? That’s an old and familiar question that many lawyers still seem to reply to with an emphatic “yes.” Mediated cases are frequently viewed as a clash of ...
Nelson Mandela as Negotiator: What Can We Learn from Him? 31 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 19 (2016)
This article considers how “the greatest negotiator of the twentieth century,” Nelson Mandela, approached negotiating the unbanning of the African National Congress (ANC), the dismantling of apartheid, and his own freedom after twenty-seven years of ...
Outward Bound to Other Cultures: Seven Guidelines for U.S. Dispute Resolution Trainers 9 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L. J. 437 (2009)
This article was inspired by the opportunity to observe a two day negotiation training program' put together by Hamline University School of Law in Rome. It was called "Developing 'Second Generation' Global Negotiation Education." The ...
Protocols for International Arbitrators Who Dare to Settle Cases 10 Am. Rev. of Intl. Arb. 1 (1999)
The best time to settle an international business dispute can be after the international arbitration proceeding has been commenced. Just like in court litigation, parties may be ready to settle only after the adjudicatory process ...
Administrative Procedures for Resolving Complex Policy Questions: A Proposal for Proof Dissection 58 N.Y. St. B.J. 58 (1983)
Many commentaries have charged that the use of conventional trial procedures in the administrative process fails to provide an effective means for resolving complex policy questions. In particular, the excessive use of cross-examination has been ...