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
Dissolution, Divorce at a Discounted Cost
Money is often at the heart of the discussion between a wife and husband who are divorcing. Mediation can offer advantages, but a divorce attorney must know how to bring the parties to the table. Here are a couple of ideas from Sandy. Read More
Florida Mediator Asks, 'Can We Talk?'
Sometimes, in the business world, mediation presents another invaluable opportunity – the chance for the respective decision-makers to talk directly to one another under the shroud of mediation confidentiality and privilege.
Provided the parties hav... Read More
Florida mediator writes on equine law
At first it appears 773.02 provides all inclusive protection for the equine facility, owners and professionals. However, there is a hole in 773.02 large enough to drive a van of lawyers through. The five words “Except as provided in s. 773.03” practi... Read More