Recent Blog Posts
Former United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey was fired a few months ago. Yesterday evening he demonstrated a three-step process of how to remove any trace of credibility: 1) place yourself first; 2) place a price on your credibility, and; 3) blame everybody else even if you have doubts and you… Read More »
Facebook’s co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, in his opening of the Congressional Hearing about Facebook, (April 10, 2018), “owned it.” Hearing over. Mark Zuckerberg testified today before the United States Congress. He opened with taking responsibility. Like or dislike him and the situation, the hearing was finished before it started but for the senators wanting to hear… Read More »
“CHAPPAQUIDDICK” is a new movie released in United States theatres this past week. The movie is relative to ADR and negotiation processes and the vital element of credibility in those processes. The basis of the movie is a traffic accident involving Former Senator Edward “Teddy” Kennedy as the driver of a vehicle that left the roadway… Read More »
The re-write of our website is well underway. The re-write has the approach of standards recently abandoned. We are reintroducing the division of fact from opinion. This return to an educational format is a demonstration of how we approach dispute resolutions. That is: Education = Peace, Ignorance = Violence. Further, we attempt to identify opinions… Read More »
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Our firm will open for accepting cases October 1, 2016. This is a significant date for our firm and the ADR industry. Decades of litigation provided many opportunities for mediation, as advocates. Consistently, those mediations resulted in fair settlements as plaintiffs and defendants. However, obtaining those settlements were rarely efficiently reached. These included aviation and aerospace… Read More »
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