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Discussing Divorce With Children/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 26, 2017


Donald T. Saposnek penned an article for on the topic of “What Should We Tell the Children?”. Dr. Saposnek is a therapist and mediator, and has several cogent proposals about breaking the news of divorce  the children. Some of is thoughts follow: *Tell the children of the reason for the divorce. Avoid having the […]

Mediating Contract Disputes/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 18, 2017


Some points about mediating contract disagreements were penned recently at by Mediator David Allgeyer, Esq. Some of the insights are outlined below: * There is so much time and money invested in the litigation. Often there is no clear-cut winner but two losers. *After litigation, the relationship between the parties is likely to be, […]

Trump as Negotiator/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 11, 2017


An article recently appeared at Huffington Post regarding the negotiating style of President Trump. Examples are cited from recent tapes of phone discussion between the President and heads of State in Mexico and Australia. This is the opinion of one expert in the field: “John Oesch, an associate professor at the Rotman School of Management […]

That Which is Possible/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 5, 2017


The New York Times, in a recent editorial, wrote this about the Trump Presidency: “… (P)olitics is not “The Art of the Deal,” but the art of the possible.” There is often not only one definitive solution to a particular problem. The parties themselves need to search for a solution which is consistent with their needs […]