Monthly Archives: February 2011

Transformative Mediation co-originator Baruch Bush Interviewed

Listen below to a ten-minute podcast interview of Robert A. Baruch Bush by Jeff Thompson, a mediator and police detective in New York City:   (h/t:

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Supreme Court of Canada rules on common-law relationships

On Friday, 18  February 2011, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down unanimous rulings on two cases involving estranged common-law couples. According to the Globe and Mail, …the Court emphasized that when one partner has contributed substantially to a business, … Continue reading

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‘…mutual knowledge of a relationship type’

In the 11-minute video below from RSA Animate, Steven Pinker discusses language and human nature.  As a transformative mediator, I have a relational worldview and a focus on communication that make this presentation of particular interest.  In addition, there are … Continue reading

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Celebrate Family Mediation Day in Canada

Celebrate it by taking the time to watch this video with Justice Harvey Brownstone interviewing a lawyer-mediator and a non-lawyer mediator: Family Law Mediation – Family Matters, posted with vodpod  

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