This article explores how the well-known cognitive bias called anchoring can affect a negotiation and how to use it to advantage.
Helping parties face forward and ignore the sunk costs and past slights that lead to a dispute is an important part of the mediator’s job.
Many lawyers in the US and other countries undoubtedly have similar experiences. Legal clients often experience intense stress in the litigation process.
Whatever you think of Elon Musk’s many Twitter scandals, sometimes odd public utterances, and past tax bills, one thing is for sure. The guy is clearly able to achieve the near impossible when it comes to engineering and innovation. It’s a skill he himself attributes to clear thinking.
The pandemic has brought on many changes, including a complete reversal in the Dispute Resolution Commission’s rules on remote mediation. Prior to June 10, 2020, physical attendance at mediation was mandatory and mediations could be
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