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Joshua L. Kirsch is an attorney and member at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott in Philadelphia. He is a seasoned litigator and regularly handles commercial litigation matters, intellectual property disputes, and the defense of professionals in the legal and medical communities. Joshua holds a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 certification and teaches in the Philadelphia area.

Approaching Litigation Settlement, the Ahimsa Way

Approaching Litigation Settlement, the Ahimsa Way

Parties to litigation often experience it as an exceptionally stressful and even exasperating experience. Litigation has the potential to tax not just the parties’ time, but their financial and emotional resources. Even nominal business disputes have a human component, because business is fundamentally conducted between people. There’s an almost irony in how individuals, exceptionally gifted […]

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