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39 CRITICAL QUESTIONS For more than a decade we have used the 39 Critical Questions as agenda builders for family discussion. Most business families find all of their... Read More

Egyptian Business Families: An American View
Egyptian Business Families: An American View With Egypt so much in the news, , we are reprinting Gerald LeVan's article about his experiences with Egyptian business families in Cairo. ... Read More

Grooming a Successor Autocrat? Not so Fast!
Grooming a Successor Autocrat? Not so Fast! Highly successful entrepreneurs become autocrats inside their companies. Benign sometimes, benevolent sometimes, approachable perhaps, but no one doubts who has the last word, who makes the final decision. Read More

Firm Welcomes Retired Circuit Judge Arthur J. Hanes, Jr.
Firm Welcomes Retired Circuit Judge Arthur J. Hanes, Jr. Upchurch Watson White & Max is pleased to announce the appointment of Arthur J. Hanes, Jr. to the firm's distinguished panel of neutrals. Hanes will be based at our Birmingham office as of February 1, 2011. Read More

Mediating Probate Cases to Settlement  Approved 1.5 hours FL Bar CLE Credit / Course # 2166-1 / Expires: 6/1/2012 Presented by: Michael S. Orfinger ~ Moderator, Sandra C. Upchurch /... Read More

“…except in Sharia” I once spoke to the Texas Bar Association on the topic: “…except in Louisiana”. The other forty-nine states share English common law origins... Read More

“…except in Sharia” I once spoke to the Texas Bar Association on the topic: “…except in Louisiana”. The other forty-nine states share English common law... Read More

Firm Principal Selected as Keynote Speaker
Firm Principal Selected as Keynote Speaker John Upchurch, principal and CEO of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group, presented “Toward a Defense Mediation Strategy: Focus on Plaintiff's Emotional Needs” at the Annual Kubicki Draper Global Seminar on November 5, 2010 in Orlando, Florid... Read More

Ambivalence: Healthy Indecision?
Ambivalence: Healthy Indecision? With the election just weeks away, you’d think that every American has surely chosen between the widely polarized candidates. Yet pollsters... Read More

“I didn’t mean to do it” – Disclosing and Retrieving Privileged Materials
“I didn’t mean to do it” – Disclosing and Retrieving Privileged Materials As pretrial discovery becomes more complex, new discovery disputes will arise with sufficient frequency to require prompt and consistent... Read More

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