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Florida Mediator Advises, Work Hard, Play Hard
Florida Mediator Advises, Work Hard, Play Hard Few will disagree that the practice of law is a stressful profession with myriad challenges, ranging from attracting enough business and overseeing operations to dealing with clients, opposing counsel and judges who can drive one to the edge of despa... Read More

Florida Mediator Looks Back at Florida Bar's Annual Convention
Florida Mediator Looks Back at Florida Bar's Annual Convention Among the usual substantive committee meetings and topics were programs on how older attorneys can downsize their practices, advice for young attorneys establishing their practices, and programs on diversity, including race and gender. I was lucky en... Read More

Florida Mediator: Lay Consignment Sale Out in Contract, Not With Handshake
Florida Mediator: Lay Consignment Sale Out in Contract, Not With Handshake Consignment sales are fairly common when a horse owner decides to sell a horse and entrust the sale to either a trainer or owner of a farm, stable or barn. This simple transaction usually falls apart when a problem arises and everybody realizes they ... Read More

Florida Mediator Advises Health-Care Companies: Heal Thyself Disputes within the healthcare system are a reality, and may become more frequent. You have seen it in your hometown no doubt, the signs of consolidation among healthcare providers. You may have been a part of one yourself. We have been in a period o... Read More

Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All
Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All Question: Is it better during mediation to just be straightforward about where you would like to end up or is it better to ease into it? Sandy Says: I believe it is better to ease into it. I think that a certain amount of processing needs to be ... Read More

Florida Mediator Advises Looking Forward in Negotiation It’s difficult to reflect back on a contract or transaction that has gone south and not think of what could have been done to prevent this outcome. Hindsight almost always reveals some language or action that could have been different, but looking ba... Read More

Florida Mediator Asks: Are You Licensed to Haul?
Florida Mediator Asks: Are You Licensed to Haul? A new post for Equine Law: From the Courtroom to the Tack Room -- We see them at every horse show we attend. Horse trailers by the hundreds; every size imaginable is being used today, from singles to converted tractor trailers. Many of those in the h... Read More

We Leave a Trail, Florida Mediator Reminds When you participate in a mediation as a party, advocate or neutral, you leave a trail. The trail an attorney or party creates within a particular mediation can be used to determine your goal or preferred path to reach that goal. Of course, signs ca... Read More

Florida Mediator Answers: What Makes a Good Negotiator? Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ... Read More

Nationally Known Mediator Uses Baseball Metaphor for Mutuality
Nationally Known Mediator Uses Baseball Metaphor for Mutuality The healthiest way to determine home plate is for the parties to negotiate toward it. The good faith negotiating that brings the parties to the ballpark can, likewise, bring them home. The key to this negotiation is mutuality, and the give and take o... Read More

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