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Carl Botterud
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Carl Botterud is a mediator/lawyer focused on employment, civil rights, and higher education, dispute resolution and fact finding.
Carl Botterud is a mediator/lawyer focused on employment, civil rights, and higher education, dispute resolution and fact finding.

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Yo, legal eagles, join us in San Francisco for the Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference and Public Employment Law Conference, April 12-13. https://www.ieventreg.com/event/long.php?event_id=ee280e587cb6714179cadd1efcf7ac06

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"Most negotiation scholars agree that power is an unsustainable way to resolve conflict and a poor negotiating technique, unless you want only to take from the other party and not create any value for either side.”

John Oesch, Toronto School of Management, quoted in the Huffington Post, 19 Jan 2018.

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A very good read, worthy of a few minutes followed by reflection and critical thinking. Cheers.

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The Labor & Employment Section of the California Lawyers Association presents:

"Immigration and Employment Summit: Current Issues in the Trump Era"

Jan. 25, 2018 at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live

More information and registration here:

http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/0/2018-01-25_immigration-and-employment-summit.pdf

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."

Albert Einstein
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Worth a read, by a former US Foreign Service Officer.

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And the beat goes on . . . "The world is big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark." John Muir

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Interesting new data analytics report for employment law. Could the outcome reflect decisions by employers to informally resolve meritorious litigation before trial?

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Another reminder to always take a breath and walk away to think for a few minutes before hitting the "send" button on emails or texts that have triggered your emotions. Always think (1) "would I want my parents to see this?" and (2) would I want this to become "Exhibit A" in a public forum?
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