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June 17, 2009

Patten on UK redundancies.

Whenever two good people argue over principles, they are both right.

--Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Austrian novelist (1830-1917)

Or "terminations", or firings, to Yanks. To mediate, or not to mediate? asks London's capable Justin Patten, in his Human Law Mediation Ezine for June. I met Justin, a solicitor and ADR consultant, in early 2007 near the Marble Arch. We have followed him and kept in touch ever since. A few days before meeting Justin, we had mentioned him, and a few other notable Brit lawyer-writers in "UK Bloggers: The Good, the Erudite and the UnHoly."


Posted by JD Hull at June 17, 2009 08:22 PM


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