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RESOLUTION REJECTED: “BE IT RESOLVED, WHAT YOU CALL POLITICAL CORRECTNESS, I CALL PROGRESS”: Fri…

RESOLUTION REJECTED: “BE IT RESOLVED, WHAT YOU CALL POLITICAL CORRECTNESS, I CALL PROGRESS”: Friday night’s Munk debate in Toronto shows that Canadians (in general not exactly a rough bunch) reject political correctness. Even before Michael Eric Dyson & Michelle Goldberg (FOR THE … Continue reading

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Alternate Dispute Resolution Comes to Association Communities (Whether they want it or not)

The Pennsylvania General Assembly passed House Bill 595, which is expected to be signed by Governor Wolf.  This Bill gives a process for deciding disputes in Condominium and Homeowners’ Associations.  There are a few things that every Association should know … Continue reading

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EBA draft report on ITS on the provision of information for resolution plans

On 16 April 2018, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a draft final report containing draft implementing standards on the provision of information for the purpose of resolution plans under Article 11(3) of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD). … Continue reading

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ABA Resolution 302: What the American Bar Association’s Position on Harassment Means to Employers

On February 5, 2018, the American Bar Association (ABA) adopted Resolution 302, which “urges all employers, and specifically all employers in the legal profession, to adopt and enforce policies and procedures that prohibit, prevent, and promptly redress harassment and retaliation … Continue reading

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‘Diverse neutrals’ in dispute resolution and ABA 113’s impact on young lawyers and law students

What do you automatically think of when you think of a lawyer? Aside from “Law & Order,” perhaps it’s a jury, judge, witnesses, or prosecutor. Despite the courtroom images associated with lawyers in news and modern media, dispute resolution in … Continue reading

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