Archive: 2014

Protection of Privacy & Intellectual Property Remain Major Concerns for App Developers & Owners

Posted November 4, 2014 by Barbara I. Berschler in

If you are a business owner intending to offer a mobile application (“app”) to customers, clients or members, in addition to being clear about who owns what from an intellectual property point of view as to the app’s content and the data it generates, be sure that its construction and operation allow you to meet regulatory requirements. 

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The Maryland State Bar Association's ADR Section invites you to attend the following Pizza and Professionalism Program:

Posted February 1, 2014 by in Press, Dozier & Hamelburg News

Mediation Demonstrations - Fish-Bowl Style
The MSBA ADR Section invites you to an informative program covering some of the more common ethical issues and troublesome situations (early impasse, bad behavior, confidentiality, etc.) that can arise in anyone's mediation sessions. Rather than presenting this information in a standard lecture-style format, the issues and situations will be demonstrated through several role plays and mediated by experienced mediators John Bickerman, Dan Dozier, Ellen Kandell, Joyce Mitchell, and Steve Shapiro.

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Abraham Lincoln and the Team of Rivals; Compassion, Wisdom and Peacemaking

Posted January 14, 2014 by Daniel P. Dozier in Alternative Dispute Resolution Publications, Articles & Publications

While the Golden Globes may not have honored the genius of Stephen Spielberg's direction of the movie Lincoln, I hope and believe the Oscar voters will. As anyone who has a feel for history will, I think, agree, Lincoln is a uniquely moving portrait of Abraham Lincoln and the late part of the Civil War.
Much of Spielberg's movie is based on Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, the wonderfully researched and written book by Doris Kearns Goodwin.

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