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Tax Apportionment Controversies Continue to Fuel Litigation

USA - September 26 2016 Last month Maryland’s highest appellate court released1 a narrowly-divided (4-to-3) opinion in a tax apportionment case involving the estate of...


Probate Judges Meet to Consider Current Issues

USA - May 24 2016 Twice a year probate judges from around the country gather to address current issues in probate, protective proceedings and mental health as part of...


Mediator’s MomentObstacles to Successful Mediation

USA - January 19 2016 A successful mediation requires that the parties feel satisfied both with the process and with the outcome. Several obstacles can interfere with the...


Equity: alive and well in Colorado

USA - September 14 2015 Historically, courts of law, presided over by judges, and courts of equity, presided over by chancellors, were separate in function and procedure. Law...


Mediator’s moment - beginning at the end of the matter

USA - March 2 2015 Attorneys preparing for mediation would be well advised to spend some time drafting a Terms of Settlement sheet in advance of the mediation session...