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Be sure you use the correct ADR terms with clients, judges and opponents to avoid misunderstandings.Theda C. Snyder - July 10, 2019
Using jargon can alienate outsiders, including judges. But is there ever a good reason to use it?Theda C. Snyder - April 3, 2019
Parties frequently use terms incorrectly, and that leads to miscommunication.Theda C. Snyder - March 4, 2019
The bottom line is that “coequal” means “equal.”Theda C. Snyder - February 12, 2019
"Get to the Point!" is a huge fan of working the heck out of your dictionary to improve your writing. But is Google better?Theda C. Snyder - December 10, 2018
To avoid putting the proverbial keyboard in your mouth, do not use words or phrases until you are 100 percent certain of the meaning.Theda C. Snyder - October 8, 2018
No, we don't mean your words go into the garbage. A tipsy vocabulary may enrich your communications. In the right case, soused language can be spot-on.Theda C. Snyder - September 10, 2018