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Reducing Compensation Without Doing More Harm Than Good
Reducing Compensation Without Doing More Harm Than Good There is a nexus between compensation, an individual’s sense of fairness and identity, and a company’s economic vitality. The family enterprise... Read More

Your “Number”: Part One
Your “Number”: Part One As we flew out of Phoenix, a flight attendant pointed to the book I was reading, "The Number" by Lee Eisenberg , former editor of Esquire... Read More

Whose Story Is It Anyway?
Whose Story Is It Anyway? The client lives a story. The advisor also lives a story. What happens as their stories inevitably converge? Professors Shaffer and Elkins,... Read More

Mediation Strategies: What Plaintiffs Really Want
Mediation Strategies: What Plaintiffs Really Want Jim Bleeke , an Indianapolis defense attorney, has authored an interesting article setting forth his views as to the motivating factors that... Read More

What’s So Golden About Silence?
What’s So Golden About Silence? For something that’s so, well, silent, much has been said about silence itself. For example, we have a constitutional right to be silent. We’ve... Read More

Registered Sex Offenders – No Place to Call Home?
Registered Sex Offenders – No Place to Call Home? As a local government attorney in Florida I struggled with the political pressure to draft an ordinance that dictated residency restrictions for... Read More

Web 2.0: A brief digression from mediation
Web 2.0: A brief digression from mediation Are you a technophobe afraid to plug in your hairdryer? Do you scream out for your assistant to rush in to your aid each time your word document... Read More

Email marketing and Providing Effective Client Service in One Package
Email marketing and Providing Effective Client Service in One Package Joshua Fruchter makes the case for a law firm email marketing program in a recent blog post at LawyerCasting.com . His central point is by... Read More

Stress: Some Bad News and Some Good News
Stress: Some Bad News and Some Good News In a recent NY Times article, Natalie Angier reviews recent research about how stress rewires our brains. “Brain is a Co-Conspirator in a... Read More

Mediating Government Disputes – Confederate Flag Controversy
Mediating Government Disputes – Confederate Flag Controversy The Miami Herald recently wrote about a controversy brewing in Homestead concerning the flying of a confederate flag at an upcoming Veterans Day... Read More

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