Stay Out of Court! Avoid Litigation And Resolve Disputes Quickly, Efficiently, And Economically (Ezine Article)
By Jacquelyn Lynn | Submitted On May 29, 2007 Worried about getting sued? It’s a legitimate fear, and you might think that your first…
A conflict quotient is the relationship between a person’s tolerance level for conflict and the magnitude of the conflict itself. The modern litigator is much stronger and much more effective when armed with a working philosophy to take into a conflict: they must determine, interpret and apply their own and their client’s conflict quotient. This blog post shows you how.
We all have wished at some point in our lives that we could be able to read other peoples’ minds and detect when someone is being untruthful. This is especially true for mediators and arbitrators whose job it is to discern fact from fiction to come to a resolution on a conflict. But is there a real way you can tell if someone is lying? Yes, says Marc Salem.