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LITIGATION: The Family “Doomsday Machine”
LITIGATION: The Family “Doomsday Machine” At the climax of the cult movie “Dr. Strangelove”, the Soviet Union unleashes its “Doomsday Machine”, a destructive device so powerful that once... Read More

Lessons From Geese - By Milton Olson
Lessons From Geese - By Milton Olson Interdependence 1. As each bird flaps its wings, it creates an "uplift" for the bird following. By flying in a “V” formation, the whole... Read More

Negotiating on Venus and Mars
Negotiating on Venus and Mars I sit and ponder “What do I bring to the table that is different from other mediators?” The most common answer? I have local government expertise.... Read More

Hanging On, Letting Go, or "Letting Grow"
Hanging On, Letting Go, or "Letting Grow" Some thirty years ago, an anxious parent removed the training wheels from Lance Armstrong's tiny two-wheeler. No doubt Lance wobbled, fell a few... Read More

OCBA Gala
OCBA Gala Orange County Bar Association 12th Annual Gala Saturday, April 18, 2009 Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center ... Read More

News from the Upchurch Watson White and Max Governmental Affairs Practice Group
News from the Upchurch Watson White and Max Governmental Affairs Practice Group May 8 - 9, 2009 Please join mediation panelists Jon Mills and Sandra Upchurch at the City, County and Local Government Law Section... Read More

The Land Use And Environmental Dispute Resolution Act: A Diamond In The Rough?
The Land Use And Environmental Dispute Resolution Act: A Diamond In The Rough? I introduce you to the Land Use and Environmental Dispute Resolution Act, Florida Statutes, Section 70.51, (hereafter “The Act”). With all its... Read More

Pre-Suit Mediation: A Good Start at Governmental Cost Control
Pre-Suit Mediation: A Good Start at Governmental Cost Control Each and every day seems to bring more grim news about this nation’s economy. This means that each day state and local governments are under... Read More

Will Freshening Up Main Street Help Clean Up Wall Street? In this world of sprawling communities, commercial plazas and vacant downtowns, Architect Magazine is timidly crossing its fingers, hoping that the... Read More

End in Sight? The effects of the residential mortgage foreclosure crisis run wide and run deep. There are the obvious economic ramifications that are rocking this... Read More

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