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City vs. Bankruptcy: Can Mediation Work? A large city (pop. 300,000) in California's San Joaquin Valley recently moved a step closer to becoming the nation's largest city to declare... Read More

First Quarter 2012 ~ UWWM Principals, Shareholders, Panel Members Sought As Speakers / Authors
First Quarter 2012 ~ UWWM Principals, Shareholders, Panel Members Sought As Speakers / Authors Lawrence M. Watson, Jr. , Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group principal, presented to attendees of the National Association of Home... Read More

John Upchurch Addresses Polish Legal Community in Practice of Mediation and Arbitration at Warsaw University Conference
John Upchurch Addresses Polish Legal Community in Practice of Mediation and Arbitration at Warsaw University Conference On March 23, 2012, the American Studies Program at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw, together with the Court of... Read More

Jacksonville Open House Reception Welcomes Mediator Bob Cole
Jacksonville Open House Reception Welcomes Mediator Bob Cole Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group celebrated the addition of Bob Cole to their mediation panel and the opening of their Jacksonville... Read More

Upchurch Watson White & Max Among Top Ranked Firms in Florida
Upchurch Watson White & Max Among Top Ranked Firms in Florida Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group is proud to announce that the firm has been included among Martindale-Hubbell's (MH) Top Ranked... Read More

Robert A. Cole Joins Mediation Firm / New Jacksonville Office Opens Bob Cole, former partner with Boyd & Jenerette, has joined the mediation panel of Upchurch Watson White & Max, opening a new office in Jacksonville, FL. Read More

Statewide Voluntary Foreclosure Program Announced
Statewide Voluntary Foreclosure Program Announced Mediation Firm Upchurch Watson White & Max Establishes Statewide Voluntary Foreclosure Mediation Program Read Related Article ~ Saturday... Read More

FLORIDA BAR PRESIDENT: Filing Fees Can't Sustain Courts
FLORIDA BAR PRESIDENT: Filing Fees Can't Sustain Courts DAYTONA BEACH -- The head of The Florida Bar on Wednesday shared details of a proposal to stabilize funding in the state court system. Scott G. Hawkins, who is president of The Florida Bar and an attorney in private practice in West Palm Beach, sp... Read More

Few Take Advantage of State's Foreclosure Mediation Program
Few Take Advantage of State's Foreclosure Mediation Program DAYTONA BEACH -- When Florida mandated a residential foreclosure mediation program two years ago, its creators hoped that joining lenders and borrowers together would plug the stream of foreclosure cases that swamped the court system. That hasn't ... Read More

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