Friday, October 26, 2007


Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge has Sharpening Your Skills: Negotiation. A skill that lawyers must use often but just as often is learned by us on the fly. Here is a section that might be of specific interest:

Family relationships are complicated, even more so when your uncle, mother, or daughter is your business partner. Harvard Business School's John A. Davis and Deepak Malhotra outline 5 ways to analyze and improve dealmaking and dispute resolution while protecting family ties. As they write, family negotiations are difficult yet also contain built-in advantages.

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