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May 3, 2018

How Online Divorces Fail

We live so much of our love lives online: meet our match, announce our relationship status, evite friends to showers and weddings, get gifted with online registers, and plan honeymoons through brand-name travel sites. What about legally ending a marriage online? It sounds very appealing and blessedly impersonal. Everyone dreads the messiness of he said/she […]

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January 18, 2018

Confidentiality Agreements in Sports

In today’s age of news leaks, social media, and with the Internet literally at your fingertips 24-7, keeping anything confidential would seem to be quite the challenge. Now imagine that you are trying to keep confidential the actions (or inactions) of a famous person, particularly a well-known athlete. On the surface, this would seem impossible, […]

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January 6, 2018

Cheers! Three New Year’s Resolutions for The World of Sports

It’s that time of the year again, when you evaluate your successes and shortcomings for the past year and decide what to change. Making New Year’s Resolutions has become an integral part of many self-improvement plans. An avid sports fan, I started thinking over the holidays about important resolutions our favorite athletes could consider. Here […]

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January 3, 2018

Divorce-proof Your Marriage After Retirement

These days it’s common to see couples divorcing later in life, particularly after one of the spouses retires. Once a couple is faced with spending more time together, they may find their interests aren’t as compatible as they once were. Add to that women’s financial independence and the fact that divorce no longer has the […]

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December 27, 2017

Holiday Cheer: Athletes Leading by Example

As a change of pace to stories we often post about an athlete’s troubles, I thought it would be refreshing to report on two athletes whose off-the-field actions on Christmas Day are an inspiration. Houston Texans Offensive Lineman David Quessenberry, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2014, spent the last three seasons battling lymphoma. Until […]

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December 14, 2017

Oklahoma, and not the Musical!

Everyone knows the story about former Oklahoma Sooner Joe Mixon. He was the star Sooner running back who was caught on video punching a woman in a restaurant, which caused him to be suspended for a year from college and damaged his NFL draft stock and earnings. Well, history may have sadly and unfortunately repeated […]

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November 30, 2017

Another Firing Over Sex Harassment: When Will It All End?

The firing this week of long-time NBC Today show co-host Matt Lauer over sexual harassment charges has significant consequences for his future, his family and his alleged victims, and it saddens many of us who have watched the show faithfully for years. The firing is the latest in an ever-growing list of harassment charges against […]

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Another Firing Over Sex Harassment: When Will It All End?

The firing this week of long-time NBC Today show co-host Matt Lauer over sexual harassment charges has significant consequences for his future, his family and his alleged victims, and it saddens many of us who have watched the show faithfully for years. The firing is the latest in an ever-growing list of harassment charges against […]

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