Negotiation Training Course – KL, Malaysia, 10/24-25

Seats are still available for this lively, results-oriented training session in Kuala Lumpur on October 24 & 25.

Hi. I’m Chris Neumeyer, Managing Partner of Asia Law and an international lawyer with more than 20 years of experience negotiating and drafting complex commercial and corporate agreements. I just returned from Bangkok, where I led this same lively two-day training course last week. Participants came from diverse functions and industries, but all came away with an increased awareness of key issues and tactics in contract negotiations, improved ability to achieve results and eagerness to put it into practice.

If you may wish to attend this training in KL on October 24-25 or have any questions, please write to marketing@VMACgroup.com or chrisneumeyer@asialaw.biz, but please hurry as spaces are filling up fast.

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2 thoughts on “Negotiation Training Course – KL, Malaysia, 10/24-25

  1. Hi
    Dear sir/Madam
    I am law student and beginers legal employee. My target is to attend legal affective writing in KL and I would be appreciated if could advise me for the right course which will help me in my work and studying. Furthermore,if you could send me the course fee for Student and the marerials of the course. I will be more than appreciated if you could advise me to attend the right course.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you ASAP conveniat to you.

    • Hello Ibrahim,

      Thanks for your comment and best of luck with your legal studies. I’m not sure when we will next do the Negotiation training course in KL, but I know we presently plan to do it in Dubai, Jakarta and Singapore in February 2013. The exact details (timing and cost) are being finalized right now. I’ll send you an update shortly, as the schedule becomes more certain.

      Best regards,
      Chris

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