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Lawyer Counseling: Part IV
Lawyer Counseling: Part IV Shafer and Elkins conclude with some practical tips about client interviews: 25. Be especially careful with “why” questions. “Why” ... Read More

Blogging – Have you gone there yet?
Blogging – Have you gone there yet? When I became a mediator at Upchurch Watson White and Max I am not sure that I fully appreciated the fact that I would be helping the firm... Read More

Why Mediation for Amicable Families?
Why Mediation for Amicable Families? Confidentiality Inside and Outside There’s no guarantee that amicable families will remain so. But sound governance encourages good family... Read More

Lawyers' Feelings: Transference and Countertransferrence - Part II
Lawyers' Feelings: Transference and Countertransferrence - Part II Emotions at Work in the Helper-Client Relationship This continues a discussion of Professors Shaffer and Elkins, Legal Interviewing and... Read More

Early Mediation Is Particularly Well Suited For Self-Insured Companies and Claimants
Early Mediation Is Particularly Well Suited For Self-Insured Companies and Claimants We all know that mediation, when taken seriously and done meaningfully can save time, save money and avoid risks. It follows that early mediation... Read More

There is no substitute for being (and having them) there
There is no substitute for being (and having them) there Really, there isn't. People ask too often, "Can I appear by phone?" Mediators and attorneys both should ask, "Why would you want to?" It can't be... Read More

Helpful Tips for The Practitioner: 1-5 1. “Magistrates” have replaced “masters” in Florida state courts. Effective October 1, 2004, the Supreme Court of Florida amended Rule 1.490, Rule... Read More

Your “Number” Part Two
Your “Number” Part Two In his new book, “ The Number ”, Larry Eisenberg focuses on three building blocks to a fulfilling retirement: money, health and happiness. ... Read More

Managing in Hard Times
Managing in Hard Times Stetson University wants to share with businesses some insight regarding how to be fiscally responsible in this economic downturn. How does a... Read More

Just Sign on the Dotted Line
Just Sign on the Dotted Line Rule 1.730(b) of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, dealing with “Completion of Mediation”, unequivocally states that, “If a partial or final... Read More

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