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Mediation Compared to Collaborative Divorce

There has been a growing recognition over the past few decades that courtroom divorce, an adversarial process that pits husband against wife, is a dreadful and harmful method to resolve family disputes.  As a result, the Florida Supreme Court, like … Continue reading

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Arizonans Pay Less for Funeral Services Compared To Rest of Nation

Including burial and viewing services, the median cost of a funeral in the U.S. is $7,360. The average cost in Arizona is $6,681. Judith Stapley, executive director of the Arizona Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, believes these lower costs… … Continue reading

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Characteristics of "traditional" compared to "proactive" law departments

In the Fall of 2010 ALM Legal Intelligence collected surveys from 176 US in-house lawyers. LexisNexis CounselLink published the findings. A part of the report draws on a theoretical distinction of the Association of Corporate Counsel between what it has… … Continue reading

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Tech Valley patent index holds steady compared to last quarter (bizjournals.com via Yahoo! Finance)

The number of patents from regional companies in the first three months of 2007 was about the same as the previous quarter, but higher than the year before, according to an Albany, N.Y., intellectual property law firm. Read more detail … Continue reading

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EU and US merger policies compared

Thanks to Daniel Sokol of the University of Wisconsin Law School and of the Antitrust and Competition Policy Blog, our attention has been drawn to an interesting article comparing US and EU merger policies. The article is written by a… … Continue reading

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