Checkmate: Early Moves Define Negotiation Outcomes

Beth Graham, Disputing
The Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas recently published Don Philbin’s article entitled...
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Checkmate: Early Moves Define Negotiation

Beth Graham, Disputing Blog on Mediate.com
The Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas recently published Don Philbin’s article entitled...
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Don Philbin Recognized in Int'l Who's Who Legal of Commercial Mediation

PR Newswire
Attorney-Mediator Don Philbin has been listed among the 296 individuals, only eight of which are Texas...
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28th Annual Summer Professional Skills Program in Dispute Resolution in Malibu

Pepperdine University School of Law
In June 2014 the 27th Annual Professional Skills Program had record registrations of over 300 participants...
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Predicting Future Negotiating Behavior

Don Philbin, ABA Dispute Resolution Spring Conference
Hope and uncertainty are often the coin of the realm in mediation. Mediation participants are now using...
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