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Author Archives: Steven I. Platt

Mediation in a complicated world

Steven Platt

  This writer’s 21st-century “branding” is as a “senior judge” when I am recalled to sit as a trial court judge or as a mediator for the Court of Special Appeals or for a trial court. When I am not ...

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New Year’s resolutions for those in power

Steven Platt

As the new year approaches, I welcome the opportunity in this space provided by The Daily Record to reflect on the last almost 12 years since I “retired” as a full-time judge and entered a very different world of Private ...

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Resolutions for judges, politicians, policymakers

Steven Platt

As the new year approaches, I welcome the opportunity in this space provided by The Daily Record, to reflect on the last almost 11 years since I “retired” as a full-time judge and entered a very different world of Private ...

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Planning for justice after the revolution

Steven Platt

Bernie Sanders and Steve Bannon meet at the local bar to talk about what they have in common. “We need a political revolution,” Bernie says, as he did so often during his 2016 campaign and thereafter. “We are in a ...

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Cannabis industry fertilizes ADR business

Steven Platt

Due to the nature of the cannabis industry and its multiple levels and conflicting state and federal regulatory schemes, many individuals and businesses are choosing to use ADR instead of litigating when troubles or disputes arise.

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