A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Leonardo da Vinci opined that a poet would be “overcome by sleep and hunger before [being able to] describe with words what a painter is able to [depict] in an instant.”

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Creativity, Innovation, and Collaborative Divorce

What do creativity and innovation mean to you? Imagination, invention, and ingenuity are vital elements of what I now do every day at work, in the collaborative dispute resolution process.

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I went for my walk today, expecting the street and sidewalks to be peopled with the usual crew of morning walkers, with and without their dogs, as well as bikers, runners, racers, and the occasional straggler.

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Finding the Right Solution

A friend of mine recently reached out for help. He is a probate lawyer with a problem that sounds a bit complex: I have a case with a paternity issue regarding which I need your help.

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Finding the Right Words

I met a friend of mine for a glass of wine. It had been a good while since we had enjoyed the opportunity for a long chat.

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Marketing Small Business, Collaborative Style

Have you ever “reimagined” your small business? If not before, did lockdown isolation start you pondering?

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Languishing in Lockdown?

A lot of us have had a really hard time during lockdown. We miss the social interaction that we used to take for granted.

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The Observer Effect in Divorce

I was listening to a Freakonomics Radio interview of a guy who plays Ultimate Frisbee—the only sport based on trust, without referees.

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What If?

Seventy percent of U.S. households, or about 90.5 million families, own a pet, according to the 2021-2022 National Pet Owners Survey.

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