Pickleball: A Fun Sport with a Funny Name, But Conflicts Abound – A Mediator’s View

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Marlon Schulman

I have spent years, as a plaintiff and defense attorney (as well as an arbitrator and mediator) in the worlds of personal injury and medical malpractice, working and trying cases as varied as defective heart valve litigation, medical and dental malpractice as well as the more commonplace litigation of automobile,… MORE

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