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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, […]

A Lesson From General Kelly

October 21, 2017

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In light of the charges from Rep. Frederica Wilson that President Trump mishandled the condolence call to Ms. Myeshia Johnson about her Soldier-Husband’s death, General John Kelly held a press conference. He spoke in his White House position as Chief of Staff. His comments wandered into a critique of the Representative and make several misstatements […]

Apologies/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

March 22, 2017

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Marjorie Ingall has an article on apologies at realsimple.com/imsorry. She presents her point of view very briefly in the following manner: “A good apology means laying yourself bare. It means putting yourself in the other person’s position, giving her what she wants and needs. In short, it’s not about you.” We are all familiar with […]

The Apology/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 30, 2016

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It is not difficult to understand how an apology can move parties from deadlocked positions to the road of Win-Win. What makes for a good apology? Here is the conclusion on one study: Edward Tomlinson of John Carroll University and Roy Lewicki of Ohio State University concluded that participants viewed apologies to be more sincere when […]