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Aftermath of Mediation

The Aftermath of Mediation: Promoting Mutual Respect and Defusing the Tension

A harmonious workplace is a productive workplace — but you cannot avoid the occasional conflict between employers and employees or among employees. These conflicts do not always require arbitration. In most cases, mediation is the best dispute resolution process to go. It is a quick, effective, and oftentimes inexpensive way to clarify issues and reach …

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Vehicle vs. Bike Accidents: Who Should Be Held Accountable?

Generally speaking, cyclists and motor vehicle drivers have the same rights and responsibilities when it comes to road use. Unless a particular rule says otherwise, cyclists can ride right in the middle traffic lane and should be provided with the same “rights of way” as drivers of motor vehicles. Below are relevant traffic rules and …

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It’s My Fault: When Children Blame Themselves for Their Parents’ Divorce

No matter how amicable your divorce is, it’s going to hurt your children. It’s a significant change in their lives. They have to adjust to living with one parent, seeing the other on weekends only, and changing addresses and schools. All these can evoke so many negative feelings, affecting everything in life from school performance …

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