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How Does Class Action Insurance Work?
How Does Class Action Insurance Work? In cases where a defendant is concerned about the financial impact of a settlement, accounting implications, or the risk going forward, we recommend engaging a specialty risk consulting firm to assist in providing a quantitative and qualitative analy... Read More

The Seven Deadly Sins in Business Negotiations Approved 1.0 Hr. FL Bar CLE Credits 1.0 General Course # 1506350N until 2/28/2017 Presented by: K. Judith "Judi" Lane and Kimberly... Read More

We Remember South Florida Mediator, Arbitrator, Teacher Mel Rubin The day after we posted our remembrance, a beautifully written obituary was published by The Miami Herald. For more details about Mr. Rubin's... Read More

UWWM Founding Principal Larry Watson Wins Press Excellence in ADR Award One of the first orders of business at the 23rd annual conference of the Florida Dispute Resolution Center was to present Lawrence M. "Larry" Watson Jr., a founding principal of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group, with the Sharon Press Excel... Read More

UWWM's "Lean In" Group Introduces Grit Program
UWWM's "Lean In" Group Introduces Grit Program Thanks to all who participated in UWWM’s "Lean In"-inspired luncheon on July 29, 2015, at UWWM’s Maitland office. Partner Kimberly Sands and Shareholder Michelle Jernigan presented an introduction to The Grit Project developed by the ABA Section on L... Read More

A. Michelle Jernigan to Present 'Using Brain Science for Better Mediations' July 28
A. Michelle Jernigan to Present 'Using Brain Science for Better Mediations' July 28 One of Florida’s first Supreme Court-certified mediators, A. Michelle Jernigan, also has a decades-long interest in psychology and the brain. In a Webinar sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, she will discuss the b... Read More

Jury Duty With a Mediator Mindset, Part 5: Jurors’ Interviews
Jury Duty With a Mediator Mindset, Part 5: Jurors’ Interviews I was released from the jury just prior to its retiring to deliberate the verdict. I was terribly disappointed that I was not going to continue to participate in a process I had talked about for years in mediation. However, I did maintain contact wit... Read More

Florida Mediator Lawrence Kolin to Speak at NYC Masters Conference
Florida Mediator Lawrence Kolin to Speak at NYC Masters Conference Lawrence Kolin, a mediator and arbitrator with Upchurch Watson White & Max, has been invited to speak about streamlining electronic discovery at the Masters Conference for Legal Professionals on Tuesday, July 21, in New York City. "Whether you’re dea... Read More

Jury Duty With a Mediator Mindset, Part 4: Damages
Jury Duty With a Mediator Mindset, Part 4: Damages The jury’s methodology for determining damages was the most surprising aspect of the trial. The plaintiff’s lawyers submitted evidence showing the medical bills incurred by the plaintiff as a result of the injury were $95,000. The defense asserted so... Read More

What Is 'Other ADR'? Approved 1.0 Hr. FL Bar CLE Credits 1.0 General Course #1504141N until 12/18/2016 Presented by: Lawrence Kolin and A. Michelle... Read More

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