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Parenting Post-Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 5, 2020

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I just came across a blogsite which is authored by Pastor Thom Dick, who serves as Assistant Pastor at the Canadian Southland Church. In an article found here, the Pastor discusses how parenting can work even after divorce.: https://www.mysteinbach.ca/blogs/9555/three-keys-to-successfully-co-parent-after-divorce/ There are three rules to consider in post-divorce parenting. They are as follows: 1. Assume that […]

Max Lucado/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

May 10, 2020

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Recognize the name Max Lucado? I didn’t either before day. But he is an author, clergyman and believer in the human capacity to achieve and to grow in life. Here are two quotes, both of them in the spirit of Win-Win and mediation process: “Conflict is inevitable but combat is optional” It is wise to […]

Expressing Feelings/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 14, 2019

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The Program of Negotiation/Harvard University, published a post by Kathy Shonk, on December 12, 2019, entitled “Four Ways to Manage Conflict in the Workplace”. Specifically, the discussion included a treatment on the expression of emotions. Is it OK to express feelings of e.g disappointment, anger, hurt, etc. The answer to this question is in the […]

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 […]

Collaboration/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

October 7, 2019

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In the September 19, 2019 edition of the WSJ, Joann Lublin wrote about “To Get Ahead, Rivals Get Along”. The finding of the article is that employers prefer to elevate collaborative executives. Collaborative behavior is sought out because it demonstrates effective leadership. Politics, we are told, has become a tribal affair. There is an element […]

Saying Farewell/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

April 28, 2019

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Chip Cutter wrote an article for the WSJ (April 11,2019) entitled “Bosses Seek a Kinder Way to Fire People”. Suzanne Gleason, a Director of Staffing for Global Employment Solutions, suggested that empathy is a key component of the termination process. “Help keep the integrity of the person intact.” Compassion for departing employees is of great […]

The Many Faces Of …/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

September 26, 2018

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In the September 25, 2018 New York Times, Frank Bruni wrote about “The Many Faces of Brett Kavanaugh”. Was he a gentleman as some say, or a drunken predator, as others charge? Mr. Bruni’s tentative answer is that might it not be possible that he was both, but at different times or in different situations? […]

Duluth,MN/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 4, 2018

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On July 30, 2018, Gerald F. Seib wrote an article for the WSJ on how leaders of the Duluth community had decided to temper the nasty tone of some local political discussions. Nastiness often prevailed when political issues became hotly contested. The leaders developed a nine-point program called “Speak Your Peace: The Civility Project”. As […]

Risky Business/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

May 5, 2018

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Jay Winik, author and historian, wrote on the topic of “Summitry Can Be Risky Business, for the WSJ. (May 4,2018). High-profile summit meetings, we are told, can have unforeseeable consequences. In 1986, President Reagan met with Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik, Iceland. Mr. Gorbachev insisted on an agreement that the US agree to limit its missile-defense […]

Remember Monica?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

March 10, 2018

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Abby Ellin wrote about Monica Lewinsky in the WSJ of March 10, 2018. She wrote as a follow-up to a recent article written by Ms. Lewinsky for the current issue of Vanity Fair. In that article, Ms. Lewinsky accuses former President Clinton of “gross abuse of power” for his treatment of her. To this assertion, […]