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Know When to Fold ‘Em – Lessons from the Bill Cosby Trial

May 9, 2018

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Michael Geiger

“Know When to Fold ‘Em” – Lessons from the Bill Cosby Trial The high profile Bill Cosby re-trial just concluded with Cosby found guilty of all sexual assault charges. Given the prospect of a lengthy appeal while he remains on house arrest, his advanced age, and being legally blind, it remains unclear whether Cosby will […]

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Mediation Conduct: The Art of Flexibility

April 25, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Mediation Conduct: The Art of Flexibility Virtually all commercial litigation matters proceed through mediation or some other ADR process. Most courts now include such ADR mandates as part of their standard case management orders. The vast majority of cases resolve at or through mediation. Accordingly, this series of articles reviews the fundamentals of mediation as […]

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Don’t “Walk on By”

April 11, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Don’t “Walk on By” The Masters golf tournament with its annual hoopla and green jacket just concluded. I admit it. I am NOT a golf fan. Perhaps I am missing the “golf gene” as I find watching golf dreadfully boring (playing golf is no treat either, but that is more due to a chronic slice). […]

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To the Mountaintop with Dr. King

April 4, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Go to the Mountaintop Fifty years ago this evening, 3 April 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech at the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. On a night with dire storm warnings, the church was packed to hear Dr. King speak about the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ strike. Unfortunately, […]

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Children Forcing Changes

March 28, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Children Forcing Changes Linda Brown, of Brown v. Board of Education fame, just passed away at the age of 76. When she was 9, in the early 1950s, Linda became the face of the desegregation battles in the U.S. with her family as the lead plaintiff in Brown v. Board of Education. Later in life, […]

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