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Open letter to a DEI skeptic (access required)

By Trent B. Collier My law firm is one of many to form a committee on diversity, equity, and inclusion, or DEI, over the past few years. You’re right: this seems to be a national trend. More and more firms ...

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To mediate on Zoom or in person? (access required)

By Jeff Trueman BridgeTower Media Newswires After many months of pandemic-related lockdown, we now know that Zoom works for mediation. Simply stated, it’s efficient. When participants don’t have to travel to a physical location in order to mediate a satisfactory ...

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Sweat the small stuff – it matters (access required)

By Haynes Hansen and Eric Magnuson BridgeTower Media Newswires The brief is done. You spent years working up the case, and months thinking through the legal arguments, chasing down every last citation as you wrote the appellate brief. Now it’s ...

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Early intervention in litigation (access required)

While in graduate school, I worked for an early intervention program that involved sending psychologists to talk to struggling young families before they developed serious problems. Professionals of all kinds—doctors, exterminators, psychotherapists and lawyers—always point out that getting them involved ...

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