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Rep. Jim Jordan’s Jacket/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 15, 2019

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The pugilistic US Representative (R-Ohio) does not wear a jacket to public hearings. When asked if he ever wears a jacket, he said that when he needs to show respect (e.g. a visit to meet President Trump) he does wear one. By implication, this means that being invited to attend the Impeachment Hearing is not […]

Admitting Wrongdoing/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 14, 2019

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Many commentators have opined that the failure of President Nixon to admit the errors of his ways, led to his vacating the office. President Trump too has an inability to admit to wrongful acts. This likely underlies his Impeachment Hearing. In a mediation, feel free to acknowledge mistakes and to engage in apologetic words, if […]

Alan Alda, Divorce Atty/Martin Rosenfeld, Esq

November 13, 2019

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Alan Alda is currently appearing in a movie about divorce (“Marriage Story”). In a recent interview he said that there is a paradox when people with children get divorced. They have failed in their ability to communicate during their marriage and yet their need to co-parent their children will demand enhanced communication. This is the […]

Mediation in Simple Terms/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 3, 2019

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The successful author, Jane Green explained why mediation made sense for her in her divorce action in a brief 50 words: “I am divorced, and one of the things I am tremendously grateful for is that my ex-husband and I made a decision to go through mediation. I knew a trial would drag on for […]