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15 giugno 2012

Making and Saving Deals

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Description

Making and Saving Deals (M&SD) is an intensive course on negotiation, mediation and arbitration for law and graduate students from all over the world that will have the opportunity to work together with a world-class faculty to refine the skills necessary to make and save commercial deals in our growing global business environment. Lawyers and business professionals are increasingly called on to negotiate business deals that span political, legal, and cultural boundaries. Now, more than ever before, they are called on to save deals through transnational private dispute resolution processes.

Objectives

The course aims to:

  • teach participants how to negotiate, as well as use mediation, arbitration and other private dispute resolution processes to preserve and manage business relationships;
  • introduce key concepts in international mediation and arbitration, including how to choose an appropriate dispute resolution process, how to draft enforceable dispute resolution clauses, and how to effectively represent clients in private dispute resolution forums;
  • teach a theoretical and practical framework for understanding negotiation practice. Topics to be covered include negotiator style and personalities, the tension between creating and distributing value, and the communication, psychological, and cultural barriers to successful negotiation;
  • introduce the law of international deal-making focusing on three types of transactions: sale of goods, licencing, mergers and acquisitions.

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Programme

Week one: July 2 – July 6
Making Deals: Negotiating International Business Transactions

Monday, July 2

  • Program Introduction and “Road Map”
  • Negotiation Definition
  • Personal Styles
  • Distributive vs. Integrative Tendencies

Tuesday, July 3

  • Key Concepts in Negotiation
  • Avoiding Common Negotiator Mistakes
  • Distinguishing Issues, Interests and Positions
  • Managing your own satisfaction

Wednesday, July 4

  • Creating Value in Negotiation
  • Effective Preparation Strategies
  • Tension between Empathy and Assertiveness
  • Case Study: Intellectual Property Law.

Thursday, July 5

  • Effective Communication in Negotiation
  • Exchanging Information
  • Negotiations Entailing Multiple Issues
  • Case Study: Sport and Entertainment Law

Friday, July 6

  • Barriers and Cultural Differencies in Negotiation
  • Complex Dispute Negotiation
  • Lie Prevention and Detection in Negotiation
  • Case Study: Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Negotiation Test

Week two: July 9 – July 17
Saving Deals: Resolving International Business Disputes

Monday, July 9

  • Dispute Resolution Overview
  • Mediation: Structure and Goals
  • Choice of Process

Tuesday, July 10

  • Initial Contact Stage
  • Legal and Administrative Aspects
  • Opening Statements
  • Case Study: Tenancy

Wednesday, July 11

  • Mediation Techniques, Information Exchange and Analysis
  • Interest vs. Position
  • Case Study: Cross-border Intellectual Property

Thursday, July 12

  • Mediation Advocacy
  • Drafting Dispute Resolutions Clauses
  • Generating Options and Finalizing Agreements
  • Evaluation and Decision Analysis

Friday, July 13

  • Advanced Topics in Business Mediation: Intercultural Aspects, Styles and Approaches to Mediation
  • Getting a Case Organized
  • Dealing with Dilemma’s and Difficult Situations

Monday, July 16

  • Arbitration Introduction: New York Convention
  • Arbitration Procedure
  • Arbitration Agreement

Tuesday, July 17

  • Advocacy Techniques in International Arbitration-Effective Opening Statements and Use of Evidence
  • Moot Arbitration Session

 

Teaching Team

Course Director

Giuseppe De Palo

International Professor of Alternative Dispute Resolution Law & Practice at Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota and President of ADR Center in Rome

Faculty

teaching team Stavros Brekoulakis

Researcher and Senior Lecturer in International Dispute Resolution at Queen Mary University in London. Mr. Brekoulakis is also the academic director of the Diploma Course in International Arbitration and a member of the Athens Bar, having practiced shipping law and dispute resolution

 

teaching team Rachele N. Gabellini

Instructor and accredited mediator at ADR Center in Rome. Ms. Gabellini is a lawyer with experience in judicial and extrajudicial dispute resolution of international civil and commercial cases

 

teaching team Giulia Gosi

Senior associate with Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in Rome, Ms. Gosi’s practice primarily focuses on commercial international and treaty-based arbitration as well as on civil and commercial litigation.

 

teaching team M.A. Schonewille

President of ACB Foundation, partner at Toolkit Company, JAMS International panelist, and IMI Certified Mediator at Result ACB. Ms. Schonewille lectures at Utrecht University, co-chairs the International Committee of ABA‘s DR Section and is a frequently published author

Distinguished Lecturers

Emanuele Alemagna, Studio LCA (Milan)
Pablo Cortés, University of Leicester (Leicester)
Stefano Feltrin, Studio Legale Feltrin (Rome)
Gianluca Gilardi, Studio Legale Sutti (Milan)
Tim Hardy, CMS Cameron McKenna (London)
Edoardo Vassallo, Studio Portale Visconti (Milan)

Calendar

City Date Venue Application
Milan from Monday July 2
to Tuesday July 17 2012
ADR Training Center
Via Festa del Perdono, 10
Iscrizione online

 

Program Fees

€ 2950,00 + VAT 21%

General Information

ADR Center SpA 
Via del Babuino, 114
00187 Roma
Italia
Tel. +39 06 693.800.04
Fax +39 06 691.904.08
formazione@adrcenter.com
international@adrcenter.com

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