Mediation is a popular, economic, and successful tool for voluntary dispute resolution. It's also a process that works best when there is both advance preparation as well as open communication during the mediation itself.
Three of our mediators whose practices are centered in South Florida will discuss "How to Maximize the Use of Your Mediator" at noon Wednesday, February 15, 2017, for a live Webinar, part of the Upchurch Watson White & Max CLE series.
The 50-minute program, presented by Richard B. Lord
, Alvin Capp
and Shelley H. Leinicke
, will cover best practices for before, during and after a mediation.
The content is designed for trial lawyers who represent clients in mediation and for professional mediators.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
How to Register
How to Maximize the Use
of Your Mediator
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Noon-1 p.m. ET
Attending our complimentary Webinar will entitle you to 1.0 hours of General CLE credit/1.0 Civil Trial Certification credits through The Florida Bar.
PC-, Mac®- and Mobile attendees:
for system requirements. All you need is a smartphone to attend!
Richard Lord, a shareholder with Upchurch Watson White & Max, is an experienced dispute resolution professional and chief moderator for UWWM's 2017 CLE Webinar series. He is co-chair of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Mediation Committee and a fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the American College of Civil Trial Mediators (ACCTM). He also is a member of the International Law Section of The Florida Bar.
Alvin Capp is a mediator/arbitrator/umpire and special master with a wide and deep background in both civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He began his mediation career in 1987 and has limited his practice to ADR since 2002. He has served in more than 7,000 cases in all areas of federal and state civil matters.
Shelley Leinicke served as the head of the appellate practice department at Wicker, Smith, O'Hara, McCoy & Ford, P.A. before joining Upchurch Watson White & Max as a mediator. She also maintained an active trial practice and worked closely with other attorneys to assist them in resolution of a wide range of discovery, evidentiary, and legal issues before and during trial.