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Whether it is buying a car or settling a claim, we all need to learn how to be better negotiators or peacemakers through dispute resolution. This week on The Mother Board, Matt Jordan of Jordan ADR talks turkey with our hosts about what makes f
What does your communication style say about your management style? And what does your management style say about your communication style? Join The Mother Board in this week's episode as we identify, analyze (and yes, even laugh at) our own co
Aarati Subramanian is an experienced litigator specializing in workers' compensation defense and appeals, as well as a passionate mediator who enjoys the peacemaking process. But what do we not know about Aarati? Let's find out!
Our voice -- it can be our greatest strength, but also our greatest weakness. The key is learning how to use it correctly, and as lawyers, to use it persuasively. Join us on this episode of The Mother Board as we chat with vocal coach, Rena Coo
Law school can be a very drastic and frightening change of pace for students, especially in their first year. Partners Melody Kiella and Whitney Lay Greene were no different, and today they're here to tell us to 10 things they would've told the
Whether you’re a firm attorney, business leader, psychologist, or mother of twins (or all of these at the same time), you know “imposter syndrome” as a convenient description of a type of insecurity that can arise when you step into an industry
BuT HoW do I nEtworK WhEn I cAn'T gO AnYWhere!?! - We get it -- the pandemic has crushed our aspirations and limited our networking capabilities - or has it? We've got your answer! This week's episode of The Mother Board features Megan Whitesid
Whitney Lay Greene is an experienced civil litigator, practicing primarily in the general liability field. She handles matters in the fields of transportation/trucking law, ride-share litigation, premises liability, and products liability in bo
Guilt is about as ubiquitous of a concept as stress, pressure, or determination for many professionals, especially those building careers while building families. It can break you down, but it can also serve as a motivator to set your own path,
Taylor Poncz has been litigating cases for well over a decade and focuses her practice exclusively in the defense of Workers’ Compensation claims for employers, insurers and self-insurers throughout the state of Georgia. She serves employers of
Diversity, equity and inclusion is a hot topic in the legal profession -- it's the subject of seminars, studies, firm initiatives and basic human rights. But is all the work people are putting in to DE&I efforts really moving the needle? Listen
Juliana Neelbauer focuses her practice on virtual general counsel for for-profit, non-profit charitable, trade organizations, and high-net worth individuals/families which hail from the consumer tech, commercial tech, health care, industrial/su
This Episode of the Mother Board discusses the weight of childbearing on women (and we aren't just talking lbs!), the impacts maternity leave (or lack thereof) has on working women, and the efforts to adapt, change, and update maternity leave p
Melody Kiella is an experienced civil litigator specializing in all aspects of complex civil litigation, including trucking/transportation law, catastrophic personal injury defense, premises liability, and negligent security. But what  do we no
This episode, the ladies of the Motherboard discuss their challenges and triumphs while working (and mothering) from home during an international and unprecedented pandemic. If you need tips on how to get the most out of your work-from-home exp
What is the mother board? Five DEF attorneys discuss work-life integration and what made them decide to launch their own podcast, named The Mother Board.
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