Martin Medeiros started his research in 1999 to remove frustration and stress experienced with deals and disputes. He mastered methods for determining objective probabilities with the best strategies in transactions and disputes needed in the information economy. But this was not enough. His research then turned on tempering this objective focus with human behavior, which can be subjective and irrational. Now the model is complete.


Speaking at start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 100 firms, trade association meetings,  strategic investment associations, universities, non-profits, and healthcare providers, Martin also presented to hundreds of attorneys as a Board Member of the Oregon Law Institute at Lewis and Clark College of Law from 2003-2015 and as Chair of the Technology Law Section of the Oregon State Bar. Martin's skill as a keynote speaker and teacher were forged on the anvil of this unique experience.


Martin Medeiros takes the stage with stories and humor. Anyone can lose bad negotiation habits, avoid losses and build value - if you know how. Martin has closed thousands of deals and disputes using a systematic approach. While we do have proprietary tools, we also publish our data and teach what we do to increase positive negotiation outcomes. 


Negotiation, Influence, & Persuasion in:

  • Corporate Strategy

  • Intellectual property

  • Information Security & Privacy

  • Technology Innovation for the Future

  • Sales

  • Procurement

  • Identity Influence

  • Choice Architecture

  • Habit Formation

  • Loss Prevention

  • Game Theory

  • Employment


Trade Associations

Government Entities


Business Associations


J Charles Griggs, International Hospitality Entrepreneur, Attorney, World Citizen

"We hired Martin to keynote.. He was comfortable engaging our audience and even applied the principles from his book ... I'd be happy to invite him to speak again next year."


Complete Intelligence / Economist Intelligence Unit, Commentator BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC

"Martin understands and considers the subtleties and requirements of cross-boarder and cross-industry discussions. I couldn't recommend him more highly."


Chief Technology Officer, City of Portland

"The negotiation training you provided to our buying staff was hands down the best I've encountered."