Master Negotiator Doug Noll Interviews Software Creator for Negotiating Settlements Don Philbin on on WS Radio Thursday

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Creator of Negotiation Mastery for the Legal Pro Doug Noll interviews software creator for negotiating settlements this Thursday on the Doug Noll Show on WS Radio.

Douglas E. Noll Professional Mediator

As we move from litigation to mediation, negotiation skills are the most important tool to learn

On The Doug Noll Show, WS Radio, this Thursday January 24th, award winning lawyer, award winning author and radio host Doug Noll interviews AV-rated attorney-mediator and adjunct professor of law Don Philbin, creator of Picture it Settled™, a predictive analytic tool featured in Noll’s online course Negotiation Mastery for the Legal Pro. "Economic conditions have created a shift from litigation to negotiating settlements out of court, with the need for consumers and lawyers to understand much needed but mostly misunderstood negotiation skills," Noll says.

The show airs live January 24 at 7pm PT and will cover the topics of lawsuit trends, trends for mediation requirements in areas of property foreclosure and medical malpractice, family law, and the dynamics of resolving conflict through alternative dispute resolution. Listeners are encouraged to call in for comments and questions at 866-wsradio (977-2346), extension 1 for Studio A. For international callers the number is 01 858-623-0126.

The Doug Noll Radio show offers listeners interviews from luminaries, inventors, professors, celebrities, and honored citizens for the purpose of teaching, educating, inspiring and transforming audiences worldwide. Noll’s goals and mission throughout his books, workshops, online legal course Negotiation Mastery for the Legal Pro is to create an environment of educational tools for resolving conflict through negotiation and mediation. The Doug Noll Show this week offers listeners to learn skills needed for mediation, negotiation, and introducing Philbin’s innovative predictive analytic tool that offers outcomes in negotiations. Picture it Settled™ develops enterprise software to help litigants analyze their positions and plot successful negotiation strategies. Using patent-pending algorithms and neural networks crawling over thousands of cases and settlement negotiations, the software helps negotiators do hard-headed case evaluations and design successful negotiating strategies around them.

About Douglas Noll
Douglas Noll is the winner of the International Peace and Justice Book Award for Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts (http://www.amazon.com/Elusive-Peace-Diplomatic-Strategies-Conflicts/dp/1616144173/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1339101596&sr=1-1). Doug is the 2012 winner of the CLAY award for co-founding the pro bono project Prison of Peace. Doug is a keynote speaker and sought after leader in the field of international, domestic and business conflicts. Doug is a sought after interview guest on TV and radio, and a keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Doug is a full time peacemaker and mediator, specializing in difficult, complex, and intractable conflicts, an adjunct professor of law and has a Master’s Degree in Peacemaking and Conflict Studies. Mr. Noll is AV-rated and was a business and commercial trial lawyer for 22 years before turning to peacemaking. Doug is a founding board member of Mediators Beyond Borders, and the 2012 President of the California Dispute Resolution Council.

Noll is a Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators, a Distinguished Fellow of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, a Diplomat of the California and National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, a core faculty member of the American Institute of Mediation, and on the American Arbitration Association panel of mediators and arbitrators. Mr. Noll was one of the first U.S. mediators certified under the international mediator standards established by the International Mediation Institute. Doug is the author of Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts (Prometheus, 2011), the winner of the international peace and justice book award. Doug Noll is a core faculty member of the American Institute of Mediation, a preeminent mediation Training Institute founded by Lee Jay Berman. http://americaninstituteofmediation.com

About Don Philbin
Don Philbin, J.D., M.B.A., LL.M., is an AV-rated attorney-mediator with extensive business, legal, and negotiation experience and education. He has resolved disputes and crafted deals for more than two decades as a business and commercial litigator, general counsel, and president of technology-related companies. Don holds a Masters of Law degree from Pepperdine’s top-ranked Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, where he is now an adjunct professor, has been trained at and published through Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is an elected Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators, the American Academy of Civil Trial Mediators, the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, and the American College of e-Neutrals, and was one of the first U.S. mediators certified under the international standards established by the International Mediation Institute. He has mediated hundreds of individual and class matters in a wide variety of substantive areas and serves as a neutral on several panels, including CPR’s Panels of Distinguished Neutrals. Don has published widely in the field, is Co-Chair of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section’s Negotiation Committee, and a member of the ADR Section Council of the State Bar of Texas. Mr. Philbin is listed in The International Who’s Who of Commercial Mediation, The Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in San Antonio. His firm is listed in the U.S. News and Best Lawyers “Best Law Firm” survey and the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Don was recently recognized as the 2011 Outstanding Lawyer (Mediation) by the San Antonio Business Journal.

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