MIAMI—Amanda McGovern spoke on the panel: The Ugly American: How Cultural Bias Impacts U.S. Businesses When Negotiating Abroad at the 55th Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys on Friday, May 27, 2016.
The panel discussed challenges and negotiation biases with international claims from a Latin America and Middle East stand point. Panelists include, Edward Ewing of CNA, Chicago and John Bruce of Kennedys Law, London.
The 55th Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys provides members of the bar the opportunity to discuss legal issues, defense strategies and techniques, and evolving areas of concern for design professionals in both a formal and informal setting.
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