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  1. Describe the issue of "standing" in plain terms. What is standing in the context of litigation? How does a party demonstrate standing? 
  2. Discuss jurisdiction. What is the difference between subject matter jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction? How does the concept of "fairness" to the parties relate to personal jurisdiction?
  3. Discuss burdens of proof. What is the burden of proof? What is the burden of proof applicable to a civil case? What is the burden of proof applicable to a criminal case? How are these burdens of proof different?ResolDiscuss negotian in the context of BATNA, WATNA, the bargaining zone, and the reservation point. How do all of these terms relate to the purpose of negotiation? Do win-win outcomes exist?

 

  1. Discuss negotiation in the context of BATNA, WATNA, the bargaining zone, and the reservation point. How do all of these terms relate to the purpose of negotiation? Do win-win outcomes exist?
  2. Discuss negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. What are the differences?
  3. It is likely that you have entered into an arbitration agreement (e.g., home purchase, credit card agreement, cell phone agreement), perhaps without even being aware of it. Discuss the implications of entering into that agreement.  Who does the arbitration clause benefit? The consumer or the vendor, or both?
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