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Prof. John Barkai William S. Richardson School of Law University of Hawaii

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Prof. John Barkai William S. Richardson School of Law University of Hawaii

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  1. Negotiation& ADR Prof. John BarkaiWilliam S. Richardson School of LawUniversity of Hawaii

  2. Inside the Heads of my Negotiation Students By John Barkai

  3. Negotiation & ADR are Professional and Personal Skills

  4. Handling of Problems Asian Western - American designed by Liu Young

  5. www2.hawaii.edu/~barkai Google: John Barkai

  6. Dragon Naturally Speaking “Premium” edition - $145 Amazon Academic pricing $100 Various microphone options

  7. Not everyone can be a great chef

  8. Not everyone can be a great chef But, everyone can learn to cook

  9. “Even a sheet of paper has two sides” Japanese Proverb

  10. “Every coinhas two sides” Proverb

  11. Perspective View

  12. I’ve got it again Larry. An eerie feeling like there is something on top of the bed.

  13. "Then it's agreed. Watson, Smith, Teller, and Wilson go to Heaven; Jones, Paducci, and Horner go to Hell; and Fenton and Miller go to arbitration.

  14. This course will ….

  15. After taking this course A recent student said …

  16. After taking this course My girl friend is like a changed woman

  17. After taking this course My girl friend is like a changed woman (because she thinks I'm a changed man)

  18. Common Forms of Dispute Resolutions • Negotiation: • Discussion for the purpose of settling differences. • Mediation - Conciliation: • A neutral third party assists the parties to reach a negotiated settlement but has no power to decide the issues in dispute. • Arbitration: • A neutral third party is given the power to decide the issues in conflict. The arbitrator decides after hearing arguments and reviewing evidence. • Trial in Court: • Evidence is presented to a judge or jury for a decision under formal rules of law and procedure

  19. ADR Alternative Dispute Resolution

  20. HOW DO YOU SAY “ADR”? Compiles by Professor John Barkai and students from the University of Hawaii’s JEMBA Program (Japan Focused Executive MBA) and JAIMS’ (Japan American Institute for Management Science) Intercultural Negotiations class.

  21. How many lawsuits are filed in the U.S. each year?Guess!

  22. Over106 Million CasesFiled in Federal and State Courtsin 2010Source: Examining the Work of State Courts, 2010 http://www.ncsconline.org/d_research/csp/CSP_Main_Page.html A 2% decrease over prior year

  23. 104 Million State Court Cases 2 Million Federal Court Cases

  24. 104 MillionU.S. State Court Cases56 Traffic 20 Criminal19 Civil 6 Domestic 2 JuvenileSource: Examining the Work of State Courts, 2010

  25. Hawaii Civil Cases7,013 Filed4,007 Terminated Circuit Court 2011-2012

  26. How many jury trials?Guess!

  27. 15 Jury Trials53 Non-Jury Trials Circuit Court Civil Cases in Hawaii 2011-2012

  28. Jury Trials 1 Contract Trials12 Tort Trials3 Other” TrialsCircuit Court Civil Cases in Hawaii 2011-2012

  29. Hawaii Court Statistics

  30. 161 Jury Trials 58 Non-Jury TrialsCircuit Court Criminal Cases in Hawaii 2011-2012

  31. 5 %Criminal cases are terminated in Hawaiiby jury trial

  32. 0.4 %Circuit CourtCivil Casesterminated in Hawaiiby jury trial2011-2012