The Lawyer′ Use of Quantitative Analysis in Settlement Negotiations

Greenberg, Ronald David
August 1983
Business Lawyer;Aug83, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p1557
Academic Journal
Focuses on the use of quantitative analysis by lawyers in settlement negotiations. Application of tools of probability and present value; Means to improve communication between lawyers and business clients; Importance of the concept of present value on money damages.


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