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by Herbert M. Kritzer

eBook Let's Make a Deal: Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation epub
  • ISBN: 0299128202
  • Author: Herbert M. Kritzer
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Rules & Procedures
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Pr (April 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1133 kb
  • FB2 size 1775 kb
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Herbert M. Kritzer is professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

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Let's Make a Deal : Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation. Americans have a long-standing reputation for relying upon the legal system to deal with all manner of problems and issues; litigiousness is often seen as an American disease

Let's Make a Deal : Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation. Americans have a long-standing reputation for relying upon the legal system to deal with all manner of problems and issues; litigiousness is often seen as an American disease. Yet 99% of legal cases started in the courts never even make it through the courthouse door, because formal court action is never initiated. Instead, participants reach an out-of-court settlement. What does this dominance of negotiated settlement over adjudication mean?

Kritzer analyzes 1600 cases involving 1400 attorneys in five federal judicial districts. In law, as elsewhere, the ordinary is overshadowed in the popular and academic literature by the dramatic and sensational.

Kritzer analyzes 1600 cases involving 1400 attorneys in five federal judicial districts. Examining the background, experiences, day-to-day activities, and outlook of civil lawyers, Kritzer finds that the work of lawyers combines the roles of the professional and the broker in many aeas of ordinary litigation.

Department of Justice, Herbert Kritzer has constructed a coherent picture of the routine of ordinary litigation.

2 Herbert Kritzer, Let s make a Deal: Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation . This process involves understanding the client s objective, and developing a risk analysis of the lawsuit and a mediation strategy to suit that objective

2 Herbert Kritzer, Let s make a Deal: Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation (1994), p. 4 3 Menkel Meadow, The Transformation of Disputes by Lawyers: What the Dispute Paradigm Does and Does Not Tell Us, 1985 MO. J. DISP. This process involves understanding the client s objective, and developing a risk analysis of the lawsuit and a mediation strategy to suit that objective. But, in addition, the client has to be mentally prepared for the mediation process. Otherwise, the client will be at sea during the.

Let’s Make A Deal: Understanding The Negotiation Process In Ordinary Litigation. Why negotiations fail: an exploration of barriers to the resolution of conflict. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 8: 235–49. Mnookin, R. and Kornhauser, L. 1979. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Bargaining in the shadow of the law: the case of divorce. Yale Law Journal 88: 950–97. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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