Wednesday, March 21, 2012

New Book: A Guide to Family Arbitration, by Edgar Venal

As a companion volume to How to Bully Litigants in Person and How to Get Your Own Way in Mediation, Edgar Venal is proud to announce the publication of his latest book, A Guide to Family Arbitration. Subtitled Yet Another Essential Handbook for 21st Century Legal Practitioners, the book deals with the scenario where the client comes to you having foolishly agreed to resolve their family dispute via arbitration, rather than through the courts. The book includes chapters on the following essential topics:

  • Knocking-down the arbitrator's fee;
  • Bribing the arbitrator;
  • Avoiding full disclosure;
  • Ensuring that favourable awards are enforceable; and
  • Ensuring that unfavourable awards are unenforceable.

A Guide to Family Arbitration will soon be available at all good legal booksellers, at the very reasonable price of £499.99.

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