A full-day workshop for young and seasoned professionals to learn the art of negotiating as well as a one-hour program on legal ethics.
Are you a seasoned negotiator or looking for ways to generate more of an edge in your negotiations? Are you new to negotiations and looking to learn the framework for successful results? This comprehensive seminar will cover all aspects of multiparty negotiations with a focus on insolvency cases.
The morning session will provide instruction in conducting negotiations and provide you with a practical framework that can be immediately applied to virtually every business negotiation.
The afternoon session will involve a simulated negotiation based on an insolvency case in which you will be placed into a team to immediately apply the lessons learned. A full debriefing of the simulation with the entire group will occur to generate maximum feedback and insight into what went well and what didn’t.
Whether you are a seasoned negotiator or a fresh-faced rookie, this educational session is sure to provide a significant opportunity to improve your negotiating skills!
Teaching the course and leading the simulation is Paul Chadha
, a corporate attorney at Accenture and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Northwestern University’s School of Law who regularly teaches classes on negotiations and mediations.
How do you balance legitimate competing interests in a fair and equitable way? Will someone judge your actions in hindsight? Faye Feinstein
and Sarah Baker
of Quarles & Brady LLP will speak on the topic of “Ethics in Turnaround and Insolvency.”
Through real-world examples and cases, Faye and Sarah will provide greater color and insight into the ethical dilemmas that so many of us face in everyday matters. By discussing common issues arising in turnaround and insolvency situations, you will become better able to navigate the complex and sometimes contradictory answers that result from applying the highest ethical standards to your practice.
This course has been approved for 6.00 Illinois MCLE general credit hour(s)
Recommended CPE - 5 hours (based on a 50-minute hour).
*CTP credit for this full day program has been approval for 5 hours.
8:30 am – Registration
9:00 am – Negotiations Workshop – Part 1
11:30 am – Lunch Provided
12:00 pm – Ethics in Turnaround and Insolvency
1:00 pm – Negotiations Workshop – Part 2
2:30 pm – Break
3:00 pm – Negotiations Workshop – Part 2 continues
4:00 pm – Case study debriefing
4:45 pm – Networking Reception
TMA Members $125
Non Members $160
The Standard Club
320 S. Plymouth Court
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