Columns

It's a bad idea for journalists to censor Trump instead, they can help the public identify what's true or false

March 31, 2020

David Cuillier, University of Arizona (THE CONVERSATION) - In times of mortal strife, humans crave information more than ever, and it's journalists' responsibility to deliver it. But what if that information is inaccurate, or could even kill people? That's ...

Maintaining your sanity while working from home

March 31, 2020

Nicole Black, BridgeTower Media Newswires In recent weeks, the world as we know it was turned upside down. Schools closed, businesses, including many law firms, were required to temporarily shut down, and the vast majority of federal and state court proceedings ...

Don't give your adult kids your house

March 31, 2020

Liz Weston, NerdWallet Adding an adult child to your house deed, or giving them the home outright, might seem like a smart thing to do. It usually isn't. Transferring your house to your kids while you're alive may avoid probate, the court process that otherwise ...

Recipes from my realtor

March 31, 2020

Perhaps you occasionally receive calendars and magazines from your realtor. Typically, these have generic content and an opportunity for the realtor to add a photo and contact information. Often, they include recipes, no doubt to evoke the image of cooking ...

Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Virtual World

March 31, 2020

By Martin C. Weisman Well before the current pandemic crisis, I wrote an article entitled “Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Virtual World” published June 28, 2019 in the Oakland County Legal News and reprinted with permission on the PREMI website ...

Alternative dispute resolution in a virtual world

March 31, 2020

Well before the current pandemic crisis, I wrote an article entitled "Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Virtual World" published June 28, 2019 in the Oakland County Legal News and reprinted with permission on the PREMI website (www. premiadr.com). Little ...