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Author Archives: Angela Davis Pallozzi

Confession: I am only human

You may have noticed that my blog posting has been infrequent lately. Turns out I am only human. I am at my best when I have a routine and am organized, but when my routine is disrupted I fall off ...

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As the song says, life changes. Embrace it.

For those country music fans out there, Thomas Rhett has a song that very aptly describes how “Life Changes.” I was reminded recently of how life changes and how the world keeps moving and progressing regardless of what we think ...

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Mediation for real life

I have been spending lots of time mediating cases. As litigation goes, mediation is a great process. For those who are not familiar, it is a process (not a word used lightly) where an independent third party, typically a retired ...

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What’s the password? Stay Strong!

I am not a daily affirmation type of person. That said, I’ve taken to making my work computer’s password – which I have to change frequently — an affirmation. My most recent password is “Stay Strong” (with a series of ...

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Embracing imperfection

Like many professionals, particularly the lawyer type, I have a tendency to be “Type A.” With this comes the need to be a perfectionist. This can lead to additional stress and anxiety, because who doesn’t need that. I thought I ...

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The entertaining side of litigation         

Given the craziness of the past 12 months, I want to end the year on a lighter note. The entertaining side of litigation! At a recent deposition opposing counsel said to my colleague: “At your late stage in life, I ...

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What did I do today?

As an adult you expect some level of autonomy in your schedule. Well, it turns out that is not the case. (OK, a little is self-inflicted). My days now begin with a puppy telling me how to start my morning. ...

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