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Steve Schleicher Co-Presents Session on De-Escalating Conflict in Negotiation at Mitchell Hamline School of Law

July 6, 2021

Steve Schleicher, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will co-present a virtual CLE session at noon on Wednesday, July 6, 2021, on mitigating disagreement in negotiations. The one-hour session, titled "Negotiation Skills: De-Escalating Conflict," is designed for any attorney encountering conflict, whether in high-profile criminal investigations, managing client expectations, or settlement discussions. Steve will feature real examples of how conflict escalates, its effect on negotiations, and strategies to de-escalate conflict to enhance outcomes. The session is presented by Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

To register, go to: Negotiation Skills – De-Escalating Conflict.

Steve is a renowned trial lawyer with deep experience in high profile cases. He concentrates his work on high stakes criminal and civil litigation, government and internal investigations, and appellate practice—and leads Maslon's Government & Internal Investigations Group.

Steve’s extraordinary trial skills are well known throughout the United States and the world. Most recently, he has been recognized for his role as a special prosecutor in the internationally televised homicide trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, in which Chauvin was convicted and sentenced to 22.5 years in prison. Steve received high praise for his prominent role conducting jury selection and witness examination. His devastating cross-examination of the defense use-of-force expert received national acclaim, and his powerful closing was viewed as a pivotal factor in the trial verdict.

In his white collar criminal defense practice, Steve represents individuals accused of financial crimes involving health care, agriculture, and corporate embezzlement.


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