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A Mediator and “Full-Service”/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 7, 2018

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A mediator is a professional who helps parties involved in disputes avoid reaching an impasse. But the Mediator may truly be able to impact on lives in ways not conveyed in a simple job-description. Because of her/his role of trust, a Mediator might find that there is a role to play in the following mental […]

Truth IS Truth/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 22, 2018

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The title of this post was first used this week, as far as one can determine, by commentator Eugene Robinson. It is a reply to the foolish pronouncement of a Trump attorney who bellowed that “Truth is NOT Truth”. An underlying foundation of mediation process is that truth must prevail. A party must be truthful […]

The Options We All Have/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 11, 2018

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Two asylum seekers on August 9, 2018 had been deported to El Salvador. When DC District Judge Emmet Sullivan learned of this plan, he expressed great displeasure with the fact that people fighting for their rights to stay in America were deported before a Court ruled on their request. The government decision of deportation had […]

Starting Anew/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

April 15, 2018

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Joann Lublin penned an article for the Wall Street Journal (April 12, 2018) on how top managers bounce back after being dismissed from a previous position. A study by G. H. Smart & Co. found that nearly 25% of current executives had been dismissed at least one time. It has been theorized that people who […]

How Many Options Do We Need?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 19, 2018

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Professor Max Bazerman of Harvard Business School poses this question: “Did you ever see a house for sale and decide right then and there that you need to bid on it? You have fallen head over heels for this house. It is then likely that you will not be in a strong bargaining position. You […]

Divorce and the New Year/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 16, 2017

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It is maintained that internet searches for the word “divorce” go up dramatically in the month of December. Why is it true that divorces are more prevalent in January than at other times? Some of the explanations include the following: *The initiating party for divorce wanted one last stress-free Holiday season with the family. *Financial […]

Back to the Future/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 11, 2017

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A conflict currently exists. The mediator has been chosen. Is there a way to fix the past? The answer to that is obviously in the negative. However, the existence of the conflict represents a challenge as well. What can the parties do to avoid a repeat of the past mistakes? There is always the possibility […]