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Mediation in Small Claims Court Pro-bono mediators and many small claims courts have successfully teamed up together over the past several years in order to help settle cases before... Read More

The Florida Experience Upchurch Watson White & Max principal, Lawrence M. Watson was invited to make a presentation at a special luncheon for the Circuit Court Judges of the Law and Chancery Divisions of Cook County, Chicago, IL on June 8, 2012. Read More

UWWM Hosts Tallahassee Cocktail Reception at Hotel Duval’s Level 8 The mediation firm of Upchurch, Watson, White & Max (UWWM) held a cocktail reception at Hotel Duval’s rooftop bar Level 8 on Thursday June 21,... Read More

Reception for Supreme Court Justices Pariente, Lewis and Quince On Monday, June 4, 2012, Bob Cole of the UWWM Jacksonville office and immediate past president of FLABOTA, attended a reception for Justice... Read More

A Pocket Guide to E-Discovery The 48-page second edition of  Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges by Barbara Rothstein, Ronald Hedges and... Read More

5 UWWM Members Selected to Florida Super Lawyers
5 UWWM Members Selected to Florida Super Lawyers Upchurch, Watson, White & Max Mediation Group is proud to announce that five of twenty five attorneys selected as Florida Super Lawyers 2012... Read More

UWWM supports Merit Retention campaigns On Monday, June 4, 2012, Upchurch Watson White & Max's Jacksonville Office Mediation Counsel and FLABOTA Immediate Past President, Robert A.... Read More

Mediation 'still young' in European Union Italy was one of the first EU member states to implement the EU Mediation Directive. The Mediation Law (Legislative Decree 28/2010) provides that a... Read More

Social Media - Reforming Corporate Behavior? Andrew Pincus discusses the advantages of arbitration in a recent New York Times article, saying, in part, that the Supreme Court’s decision... Read More

Who Should Pay for Mediation? Mediation for a group of county commissioners is going ahead, but who will pay for it depends on who is participating. Three board members announced they would reach into their own pockets to pay their share, saying arguments among commissioners smac... Read More

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