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Part 2: William Ury returns to discuss negotiating with difficult people . The co-author of Getting to Yes this week turns to practice pointers. Here’s what you need to do to get to your “Batna”—your “best alternative to a negotiated agreement.”

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Clip length/Date:(27:27min - 11/23/11) Summary: Negotiation legend William Ury joins International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIl...

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The International Dispute Negotiation podcast celebrates its 100th episode with a look at the use of conflict resolution techniques in the fight against the teaching of creation science and intelligent design.

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“Why not a broader commitment to making international commercial arbitration the default rule--not the exceptional rule but the default rule--for resolving an important category of . . . international commercial disputes between an important category of players?”

Well, why not?

International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath's guest in this new IDN episode, No. 98, is Gary Born, a partner and chairman of the International Arbitration Group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr. He is based in London.

They discuss pledging to arbitrate, similar to the CPR Institute’s mediation-centric Corporate Policy Statement on Alternatives to Litigation.

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This week’s new International Dispute Negotiation podcast debunks the push for products and services to address electronically stored information in cases involving international arbitration.   The podcast makes the case that “Just Say No” is the real answer to questions about E-discovery in cross-border ADR.

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From fear to happiness: Prof. Clark Freshman of Hastings College of the Law and a consultant with the Paul Eckman Group LLC, both in San Francisco, returns to discuss how he trains people to spot emotions in negotiations.

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In the first of three parts, Prof. Clark Freshman of Hastings College of the Law and a consultant with the Paul Eckman group, both in San Francisco, explains how he trains people to spot emotions in negotiations. This week, Freshman discusses with IDN host Mike McIlwrath provocations that make negotiators afraid, and which breed contempt. Next episode, he will examine how negotiators conceal their emotions, including dishonesty. And Part III will conclude with a discussion of happiness in negotiations, and what it can mean—which isn’t always happy.

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