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Appellate mediation : a guidebook for attorneys and mediators

Author: Brendon Ishikawa; Dana L Curtis; American Bar Association. Section of Dispute Resolution,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : ABA, Section of Dispute Resolution, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"This book provides a comprehensive and practical approach to appellate mediation, a process that offers a path to resolution after years of failed settlement conferences and unsuccessful negotiations. The authors summarize appellate law, explain the appellate mediation process, and offer valuable insights into negotiation and risk analysis. This guidebook provides creative and effective tools, including interactive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brendon Ishikawa; Dana L Curtis; American Bar Association. Section of Dispute Resolution,
ISBN: 9781634253482 1634253485
OCLC Number: 931476624
Description: xxxiii, 332 pages : illustrations, forms ; 23 cm
Contents: Section I. Fundamentals of appeals --
Appellate law in a nutshell --
Case evaluation for civil appeals --
Helping parties on appeal answer the question "What's my case worth?" --
Section II. The appellate mediation process --
Premediation --
Opening the appellate mediation in phase 1 --
Exchanging information in phase 2 --
Defining the problem and organizing the issues in phase 3 --
Developing and negotiating solutions in phase 4 --
Concluding the mediation and postmediation follow-up in phase 5 --
Section III. Practice tips for appellate attorneys --
Tips for attorneys preparing for the mediation session --
Tips for attorneys during the mediation session --
Tips for attorneys on concluding the mediation and appeal --
Section IV. Practice tips for appellate mediators --
Premediation and phase 1, opening the mediation --
Phase 2, information exchange, and phase 3, identifying and organizing the issues --
Identifying and finding solutions in phase 4, and concluding the mediation in phase 5 --
Grow your professional appellate mediation practice --
Section V. Appendix.
Responsibility: Brendon Ishikawa and Dana Curtis ; foreword by Judge Dorothy W. Nelson, U.S. Court of Appeals (Ninth Circuit).

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"This book provides a comprehensive and practical approach to appellate mediation, a process that offers a path to resolution after years of failed settlement conferences and unsuccessful negotiations. The authors summarize appellate law, explain the appellate mediation process, and offer valuable insights into negotiation and risk analysis. This guidebook provides creative and effective tools, including interactive worksheets and sample mediation documents"--Unedited summary from book cover.

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