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This is the first book to authoritatively explain an important and growing trend among corporations--what has been described by the New York Times as a "quiet revolution" in the way corporations are handling legal disputes. Its message is simple: disputes need not lead inevitably to the courtroom. Corporate decision-makers, using their business skills of negotiation and compromise, can help resolve legal disputes and avoid the trap of costly and time-consuming litigation. The Manager's Guide to Resolving Legal Disputes is the first book to examine the fundamentals of alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, an approach that has dramatically decreased the cost of litigation for many businesses and public institutions
Henry, James F. and Lieberman, Jethro K., "The Manager’s Guide to Resolving Legal Disputes: Better Results Without Litigation (1985)" (1985). Books. 119.