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November 2014 Blog Archive

Alabama Mediator: Is Mediator's Proposal a Last Resort?
Alabama Mediator: Is Mediator's Proposal a Last Resort? My Upchurch Watson White & Max colleagues and I recently discussed the concept of a Mediator's Proposal (MP), which gave me the opportunity to lay out my position on this mediation tool. For me, the polestars for the mediation process generally are m... Read More

Negotiating the Ultimate Settlement Charles A. "Chuck" Mancuso will bring decades of experience as a litigator and mediator to his topic, "Negotiating the Ultimate Settlement," when... Read More

Negotiating the Ultimate Settlement Approved 1.0 Hr. FL Bar CLE Credits 1.0 General 1.0 Civil Trial Certification Course #1407471N until 5/18/2016 Presented by: Charles A.... Read More

U.S. News, Best Lawyers Rank Upchurch Watson White & Max as Tier 1 Firm in 3 Metro Areas
U.S. News, Best Lawyers Rank Upchurch Watson White & Max as Tier 1 Firm in 3 Metro Areas Dispute resolution is the only thing Upchurch Watson White & Max does, and the group was recognized with "Tier 1" rankings for its mediation and arbitration services in and around three Southeastern U.S. cities earlier this month by U.S. News & World... Read More

Mediator-Arbitrator Lawrence H. Kolin Joins Upchurch Watson White & Max
Mediator-Arbitrator Lawrence H. Kolin Joins Upchurch Watson White & Max Upchurch Watson White & Max welcomes experienced dispute resolution professional Lawrence H. Kolin to its panel of neutrals this month. Mr. Kolin is an AV® peer-review rated lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell and a Supreme Court of Florida Certified Circui... Read More

Mediator Chuck Mancuso to Speak at Fraternal Law Conference Nov. 6
Mediator Chuck Mancuso to Speak at Fraternal Law Conference Nov. 6 The Fraternal Law Conference is billed as the leading legal educational event for fraternities, sororities and their related foundations, and it... Read More

Getting to a Decision-Maker; What's Changed Since Rule 1.720(e), Fla. RCiv. Pro.?
Getting to a Decision-Maker; What's Changed Since Rule 1.720(e), Fla. RCiv. Pro.? I don’t think anyone expected Rule 1.720(e), to resolve all issues concerning authority to settle at mediation. The Rule requires the service of a statement executed by counsel or a party identifying the representative attending the mediation on its ... Read More

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