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Upchurch Watson White & Max is a Florida- and Alabama-based professional association of mediators. Our team of conflict resolution specialists practice in a wide range of alternative dispute resolution disciplines. Specific areas of practice include business mediation, corporate mediation, commercial mediation, arbitration and more. We also offer niche services such as multi-party, complex, malpractice and class action mediation. Please explore our site to learn more about our mediators in Florida and Alabama and the mediation services we offer.

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Whether your case is a 90-pound weakling or a sumo wrestler, there are ways to find leverage and gain and maintain tactical advantage in negotiations during the mediation process. Attendees of this Webinar -- presented by Upchurch Watson White & Max Principal Kimberly Sands and Shareholder Richard Lord -- learned how to prepare for and participate in mediation with an an intention of keeping the upper hand. We are in the process of updating The Florida Bar CLE credit for this presentation.

 
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The second installment of Meet Our Mediators focuses on Albert R. Tetrault, who has a wealth of experience outside the legal field and now as a mediator. He joined the UWWM panel this summer. He’s been a pilot and an Air Force officer. He flew a tour of duty in Vietnam. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has worked for named players in the computer industry, including a stint as CEO at a startup internet company. Given his decades of work outside the field of litigation, we asked Al to share with us some of his background and experience.
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Attorney Theodore Babbitt, who obtained the first verdict for a plaintiff in a medical malpractice case in Palm Beach County in 1970 and the county’s first jury verdict in excess of $1 million five years later, is adding mediation to his practice and is now affiliated with the Florida- and Alabama-based Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group. Locally, he has held every office, including president, of the Palm Beach County Bar Association and is known for authoring over 300 articles for the association's Bulletin.
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