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The Final Super Bowl

January 30, 2019

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Michael Geiger

The Final Super Bowl My wife, Kristen, is rooting for the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl. How can that be? One of her favorite shirts includes the saying: “My two favorite teams are the Buffalo Bills and ANYONE who beats the Patriots”. Speak of the Patriots and Kristen will lecture you about […]

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Let Them Eat . . . McNuggets

January 16, 2019

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Michael Geiger

Let Them Eat . . . McNuggets Editor’s Note: This article is grounded in college football and politics. It is about neither. Followers of this blog understand that I do not take sides in politics and especially do not take sides in the religion known as college football. The Clemson Tigers football team continued their […]

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Mediation Resolution: Settlement Agreement Challenges and Opportunities

October 16, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Mediation Resolution: Settlement Agreement Challenges and Opportunities These were the best of times. These were the worst of times. Ten hours of mediation slogging through issues, concerns and positions. Multiple threats to walk out on all sides. Intense hallway conversations. “Arm twisting” by the mediator and even your own lawyer. Gut wrenching calls to others […]

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No Surprises for Brett Kavanaugh

September 19, 2018

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Michael Geiger

No Surprises for Brett Kavanaugh First, a disclaimer. I write this article a few days before the initially scheduled Senate Committee vote on US Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The nomination has been thrown into turmoil over the past few days. I do not know whether Kavanaugh will be confirmed, whether he will withdraw his […]

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Lying in State, John McCain and Mediation

September 4, 2018

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Michael Geiger

Lying in State, John McCain and Mediation This past week we celebrated the remarkable life and achievements of John McCain. War hero, Navy Captain, U.S. Senator, family man, author, patriot. You did not have to agree with McCain to appreciate that he lived staunchly dedicated to his moral compass. At times, many found themselves in […]

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