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Monthly Archives: August 2016
One way to define persuasion is the art of getting what you want. However, persuading someone to make a decision in your favor can be a difficult task. Neuromarketing, a field of marketing that essentially wants to get inside the … Continue reading
If you’ve ever looked closely at your employment, credit card, or rental contracts, you will see an arbitration clause. It will state that any disputes that arise will be resolved by individual arbitration, not through the court system.These arbitration clauses … Continue reading
Confidentiality is the cornerstone of mediation. In previous posts, we have discussed the importance of confidentiality for entertainers and public figures when it comes to disputes. However, mediation confidentiality does not necessarily mean you are immune from the risk of … Continue reading
The entertainment and sports industry has been slowly stepping away from litigation and moving more towards arbitration and mediation. Not only are both of these methods faster, they also spare entertainers the pain of making their personal lives public information. … Continue reading