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Troubled waters: recovering international assets after divorce

Stranded in Dubai, a 377-foot yacht is being fought over by a Russian oligarch who refuses to hand over a penny to his ex-wife. With rounds of divorce proceedings in the ex-couple’s past, this case has family law complexities stacked on top of high asset business division complexities.

How to make an employee arbitration agreement work for you

You've probably seen one before. You get offered a new job, and your human resources liaison hands you a stack of documents to sign. Tucked away in the pile is an employment arbitration agreement--an innocuous-looking form which essentially states that if you have a legal dispute with your employer, you'll agree to deal with it through arbitration (rather than litigation). "That's fine," you think. After all, everyone at the company seems perfectly honest and respectful--you don't anticipate any problems at all.

Can an app bridge the parental alienation gap?

Neil Jones knows firsthand about parental alienation. He has not seen his daughter for two years due to what he deems "brainwashing" by the child's mother. As a father who has been kept away from his child, he can relate with people who also struggle in their attempts to reconnect with loved ones. He understands the frustrating barriers they face on a daily basis.

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