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Avoiding Hostile Holidays - Step 2
Avoiding Hostile Holidays - Step 2 Holiday gatherings can heighten family tensions about family wealth or family business. Firefights can mar the Season for celebrating family and... Read More

Avoiding Hostile Holidays - Step 1
Avoiding Hostile Holidays - Step 1 Holiday gatherings can heighten family tensions about family wealth or family business. Firefights can mar the Season for celebrating family and... Read More

Cross Collaboration – come on Florida, get on this bandwagon!
Cross Collaboration – come on Florida, get on this bandwagon! Public policy collaboration. What a concept!! This is all the rage in California but appears to be in only the most infantile stages of... Read More

Only in my dreams….
Only in my dreams…. A quick read of Joseph Markowitz’ recent blog about The Power of Metaphors at Mediation’s Place really got me thinking about metaphors and... Read More

Curiosity – the overlooked/underrated trait of a great mediator
Curiosity – the overlooked/underrated trait of a great mediator As I sat down today to rifle through my growing file of unread RSS feeds I stumbled upon Diane Levin’s blog post, “The why’s have it: teaching... Read More

What’s Missing from the Balance Sheet: Intangible Assets and Liabilities in Business Families
What’s Missing from the Balance Sheet: Intangible Assets and Liabilities in Business Families The stock market tells us that the total value of Microsoft shares outstanding (“market capitalization”) is (or was) about $85 billion. But... Read More

Can’t we all just get along? I envision a world where developers meet with citizen groups and neighboring property owners early on in the development process. I envision a... Read More

Mediation Strategies from the Defense Attorney Perspective
Mediation Strategies from the Defense Attorney Perspective Many thanks to James F. Bleeke of SweetinBleeke in Indianapolis. He provided me with the article Mediation Strategies: What Plaintiffs Really... Read More

Lawyer Counseling: Part IV
Lawyer Counseling: Part IV Shafer and Elkins conclude with some practical tips about client interviews: 25. Be especially careful with “why” questions. “Why” ... Read More

Blogging – Have you gone there yet?
Blogging – Have you gone there yet? When I became a mediator at Upchurch Watson White and Max I am not sure that I fully appreciated the fact that I would be helping the firm... Read More

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