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November 2011 Blog Archive

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

CAN WORK BECOME FUN?
CAN WORK BECOME FUN? “DRIVE: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us” By Daniel H. Pink, Riverhead Trade (2011) A Post-It Note is likely within your... 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

Foreclosure Program Expands
Foreclosure Program Expands DAYTONA BEACH -- The area's recently formed foreclosure mediation program is expanding its offerings to work with struggling homeowners before a foreclosure lawsuit has been filed. Daytona Beach-based mediation firm Upchurch Watson White and Max r... Read More

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