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June 9, 2006
Posted by Michelle Eisenmenger Mapes I have now been back in Kentucky for just under two weeks, having returned on May 27th from an eight day seminar in Houston, Texas. I think I am almost fully recovered. A friend of mine has referred to this trip a few times as a “vacation,” and each time...
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Click for more discussion of parental relocation on The South Carolina Family Law Blog.
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The mindmapping tool is discussed, and a link provided to a demo, in Online Mediation. Denver’s Steve Harhai presented mindmapping at a LBA/AAML seminar a few years ago.The possibilities of mapping case information and issues are endless, and at the time I thought it was something we should explore. Sorry to say, other new, cool...
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From the Indiana Law Blog, “Electing Judges Is Not Wise”, which links to an interview with former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. She’s preaching to the choir here.
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Online Guide to Mediation reports a new alternative dispute method (can this be a joke?) used by a federal court in Florida. The order directs that “counsel shall engage in one (1) game of “rock, paper, scissors.” The winner of this engagement shall be entitled to select the location for the 30(b)(6) deposition to be...
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