May 2014 Blog Archive

Florida Mediator Bob Cole to speak at NE Florida CME Seminar The registration deadline -- Tuesday, June 3, 2014 -- is rapidly approaching for the seventh annual N.E. Florida CME Seminar for Mediators, where... Read More

Bringing Class Actions & Mass Claims to Resolution Upchurch Watson White and Max Partner Rodney Max explains how to maintain an ethical standard and civil discourse during mediations that arise from class and mass actions — with the help of fellow panelists John Yanchunis of Morgan & Morgan and Steve... Read More

Florida Mediator Advises Health-Care Companies: Heal Thyself Disputes within the healthcare system are a reality, and may become more frequent. You have seen it in your hometown no doubt, the signs of consolidation among healthcare providers. You may have been a part of one yourself. We have been in a period o... Read More

Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All
Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All Question: Is it better during mediation to just be straightforward about where you would like to end up or is it better to ease into it? Sandy Says: I believe it is better to ease into it. I think that a certain amount of processing needs to be ... Read More

Florida Mediator Kimberly Sands Discusses Negotiaion and Mediation for Google+ Hangout Shareholder Kimberly Sands "Success in Negotiation and Mediation" will be the topic when our shareholder Kimberly Sands   joins hosts... Read More

Florida Mediator Advises Looking Forward in Negotiation It’s difficult to reflect back on a contract or transaction that has gone south and not think of what could have been done to prevent this outcome. Hindsight almost always reveals some language or action that could have been different, but looking ba... Read More

Webinar: Your Client's Brain in Mediation
Webinar: Your Client's Brain in Mediation Florida mediator Michelle Jernigan discusses the physiology and chemistry behind your client's behavior during mediation. Watch this video, "Your Client's Brain in Mediation" and earn complimentary CLE through The Florida Bar! Read More

Florida Mediator Sandy Upchurch Elected Unopposed as New Circuit Judge
Florida Mediator Sandy Upchurch Elected Unopposed as New Circuit Judge Sandy Upchurch, mediation counsel with Upchurch Watson White & Max, rises to the bench as the sole qualifier to replace retiring Circuit Judge Terry LaRue in Florida's 7th Judicial Circuit. The circuit is home to more than 580,000 registered voters a... Read More

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