Negotiation Before Litigation

Sep 08, 2019, 11:49 PM

Negotiation by definition is the process whereby a solicitor, acting on behalf of his client either as an advocate or advisor, seeks to obtain a favourable outcome outside the court room. However, within that scope there is a lot of room for success, failure and many pitfalls. Join Hugh and Jon as they discuss what to look out for and the steps involved when considering negotiating a dispute.

In this weeks episode Hugh is joined by Jon May, Special Counsel at Chamberlains Law Firm to discuss an often ignored option that may be used prior to commencing formal litigation.

Negotiation by definition is the process whereby a solicitor, acting on behalf of his client either as an advocate or advisor, seeks to obtain a favourable outcome outside the court room.  However, within that scope there is a lot of room for success, failure and many pitfalls.

Join Hugh and Jon as they discuss what to look out for and the steps involved when considering negotiating a dispute.

Presented by Hugh Smith & produced by Daniel Hawcroft.
September 6 2019
at Chamberlains Law Firm, Canberra.


As with all Chamberlains Lawcast episodes, the information provided cannot be considered as legal advice, if you have any questions in relation to any information provided please contact our office on 02 6188 3600 or visit our website at www.chamberlains.com.au