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Parenting and the Right of First Refusal

Parenting can be tough when you are undergoing a divorce as well as it is after a divorce. As a parent, you would want to be in a good co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse once the divorce is finalized. You … Continue reading

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The Right Kind of Regulatory Excellence

A regulator seeking to be “best in class” may, understandably, wish to maximize as many different operational, institutional, and interpersonal virtues as possible.  But what if increasing one virtue inexorably decreases its opposite, when that opposite is also needed to … Continue reading

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WORSE THINGS HAPPEN AT SEA: Watch: Cruise from hell sailed right through “bomb cyclone” despite sto…

WORSE THINGS HAPPEN AT SEA: Watch: Cruise from hell sailed right through “bomb cyclone” despite storm forecast. “According to the video’s YouTube page, the ship consistently rocked for three days, people were sleeping in the hallways because water was leaking … Continue reading

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Is Divorce Mediation Right For You?

These days, couples can get divorced through various ways. Some of these ways are litigation, collaborative or mediation. But how do you conclude what is the right method for you? Divorce mediation is a method of procuring a divorce when … Continue reading

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Start the New Year Off Right with the New Clio Experience (Sponsored)

January is a time for planning. It’s a time to reflect on 2017 and reassess what’s important to your firm’s success. It’s a time to plan new benchmarks for the year and assess what tools are needed to get there. … Continue reading

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