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The number one reason most people fail

Gary Keller, of Keller-Williams Real Estate and co-author of The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, said, “The number one reason most people fail is because they are unwilling to endure the monotony of success.” Starting a … Continue reading

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Getting the Most from Your Relationship with Your Divorce Therapist

Many couples pursue marriage counseling, but the need for emotional release doesn't end after you decide to end your relationship. Divorce therapy could help you communicate more effectively with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, thereby ensuring an amicable, expedient separation. Ready to … Continue reading

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Most Physicians Do Not Know their Surrogate Decision Law

Amber Comer and colleagues found some not surprising, but still alarming, data on "Physician Understanding and Application of Surrogate Decision-Making Laws in Clinical Practice" in AJOB Empirical Bioethics. On the one hand, it seems dangerous to have "cowboy" physicians doing … Continue reading

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Most Viewed Law Library Foreign Law Reports of 2017

Part of our routine at the start of every year is to highlight items that the Law Library of Congress published during the previous year, as well as older publications that were popular with our readers.  Kelly recently blogged about the most … Continue reading

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CVN's Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2017

After featuring Courtroom View Network’s top 10 most impressive plaintiff verdicts of 2017, it’s time to look at last year’s defense verdicts! Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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