Litigation Risk Assessment: Using Quantitative Probability Analysis to Assess Settlement Offers
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
How can you more accurately predict the value of your client's claim, and critically assess the reasonableness of BATNAs and settlement offers? Whether you are a litigator or a mediator, join us to gather the essential knowledge and skills you need to move away from vague and unhelpful qualitative assessments (e.g., "a good chance of success") towards a more thorough quantitative probability analysis.

Our expert faculty will share valuable insights and critical guidance on how to calculate and communicate litigation risk in the context of mediation. This will assist you and your clients in better understanding the comparative value of settlement offers vis-à-vis expected court outcomes.

PROGRAM CHAIR

Megan Keenberg, Commercial Litigator (Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation), Mediator and Arbitrator, Van Kralingen & Keenberg LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Litigation Risk Assessment: Using Quantitative Probability Analysis to Assess Settlement Offers
Megan Keenberg, Van Kralingen & Keenberg LLP

Litigation Funding Checklist
Naomi Loewith, Bentham IMF

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