Marie Dominguez-Gasson

Marie Dominguez-Gasson
Marie Dominguez-Gasson graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2011, where she obtained her Juris Doctor, Master's in Dispute Resolution and a Certificate in International Law. While attending Pepperdine Marie worked in Kampala, Uganda with the Commercial Court and later with the Los Angeles Superior Court. In addition, Marie has over two years of state and federal legislative experience. Marie currently works at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith with the Employment and Labor Group.

When to Use Humor in Negotiations

Building Relationships with Laughter: A Negotiator’s Guide to Effectively Using Humor - Part Two Because conflict is inevitable, negotiators must learn how to deal with it appropriately and in a healthy manner. Conflict creates cognitive dissonance, described as...

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The Benefits of Humor

Building Relationships with Laughter:A Negotiator’s Guide to Effectively Using Humor - Part One As communities grow closer and technology expands multicultural businesses, conflicts arise. “Cross-cultural differences create such a high degree of friction...

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