Friday, October 16, 2020Location: Via Zoom Meeting
There are some basic premises about negotiating, generally, and about negotiating with other advocates. Those basic premises apply a bit differently, or at least with different emphasis, based on the type of matter and context. Additionally, negotiating between parties is fundamentally different than negotiating with a third-party payor.
8:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. (15 minute break mid-morning)
THE LAWYER AS ADVOCATE will discuss practical aspects of negotiation involving
- Business and commercial litigation
- Famiy-insured litigation
- Negotiation between parties
- Negotiation with a third-party payor
Emphasis will be placed on particular illustrations and ensuing discussion of what was – and what was not – successful.
Jim Mozingo, Esq.
Mozingo Quarles, PLLC
Starkvile, MS and Jackson, MS
Donald C. Dornan, Jr, Esq.
Dornan Law Office
Britt R. Singletary, Esq.
Singletary & Thrash
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN NEGOTIATION
Dealing with Dishonesty
Lydia Quarles, Esq.
Mozingo & Quarles
This course offered by UM-CLE has been approved by the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 4 hours total, including 1 hour of Ethics/Professionalism. Registrants seeking mandatory CLE credit from another state should contact UM-CLE in advance of the seminar.
Refunds will be given as follows:
- Two business days prior to the seminar, registration fee less a $25 administrative charge.
- One business day prior to the seminar, materials and registration fee less $75 OR transfer the registration fee to someone else in your firm or to an upcoming CLE seminar.
- No call, no show will receive materials only, no refunds. In the unlikely event a seminar is canceled, registrants will be notified and issued full refunds.
In the unlikely event a seminar is canceled, registrants will be notified and issued full refunds.