Negotiation: Things Corporate Counsel Need To Know But Were Not Taught
Written by internal counsel, for internal counsel: clear, concise and inspirational. Personifies that the "benefit of the bargain" is not simply a game of numbers.
Ute Joas Quinn, Associate General Counsel Exploration and Production, Hess Corporation
Spot on! A user-friendly book that I was using before I reached the end. It made me think more creatively about all my negotiations to come. A must-read for every current and future in-house counsel.
Cyril Dumoulin, Senior Legal Counsel Global Litigation, Shell International
A lively, entertaining work. A multi-faceted approach to the art of negotiation. A convincing demonstration of what it is about and how it actually works.
Isabelle Hautot, General Counsel International Expertise, Orange Telecom
A clear and most comprehensive, not to mention, practical, book on negotiation. I picked it up and could not put it down.
Wolf Von Kumberg, former Associate General Counsel and European Legal Director, Northrop Grumman Corporation; Chairman of the Board of Management, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Director, American Arbitration Association; Member, ArbDB
It has been such a pleasure to read what is destined to inspire in-house counsel and many others for negotiating deals and settlements. It covers the landscape from both theoretical and practical angles. I found myself nodding in recognition and agreement all along the way.
Leslie Mooyaart, former General Counsel, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines; former Vice President and General Counsel, APM Terminals (Maersk); Chairman, The New Resolution Group
- Publish Date: 2017-03-31
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Michael Leathes
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