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April 2016 Blog Archive

Practice Tips for Litigators: A Q&A with Upchurch Watson White & Max Approved 1.0 FL Bar General CLE Credit Course # 1602524N until 10/18/2017 Presented by: Kimberly Sands, Richard Lord and Charles A. “Chuck”... Read More

Practice Tips for Litigators: A Q&A with Upchurch Watson White & Max Featuring mediators Kimberly Sands, Richard Lord and Charles A. Mancuso in a panel discussion, our April 18 Webinar is titled "Practice Tips for... Read More

Ricardo Cata Moderates, Chairs Program Discussing Mediation Method for Resolving U.S.-Cuba Disputes
Ricardo Cata Moderates, Chairs Program Discussing Mediation Method for Resolving U.S.-Cuba Disputes On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, I chaired and moderated a program at the ABA's International Section's Spring Meeting in New York City, presented by the Mediation Committee of the International Section, titled: "The Role of Mediation in Resolving the U... Read More

UWWM's Brandon Peters Named to UF Self-Insurance Programs' Panel of Presuit Mediators
UWWM's Brandon Peters Named to UF Self-Insurance Programs' Panel of Presuit Mediators GAINESVILLE, Fla. (April 14, 2016) - Brandon Peters, who mediates throughout the state with Upchurch Watson White & Max, recently has been named by the University of Florida Self-Insurance Program to a panel of presuit mediators for medical malpracti... Read More

Harvard Professor Addresses ABA Dispute Resolution Section's Conference
Harvard Professor Addresses ABA Dispute Resolution Section's Conference Friday, at our ABA DR Section Spring Conference in New York City, attendees heard from Francesca Gino of the Harvard Business School. Professor Gino spoke on the science of making better decisions, and her talk highlighted the importance of being awa... Read More

ABA Dispute Resolution Section Welcomes U.N. Official and Kicks off Spring Conference With Learning
ABA Dispute Resolution Section Welcomes U.N. Official and Kicks off Spring Conference With Learning This morning, attendees of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution's 18th Annual Spring Conference in NYC heard from Johnston Barkat, assistant secretary-general of the United Nations. Sharing insights from around the world, he spo... Read More

Ricardo Cata to Moderate ABA Panel Exploring Role of Mediation in U.S. Claims Against Cuba
Ricardo Cata to Moderate ABA Panel Exploring Role of Mediation in U.S. Claims Against Cuba MIAMI (April 6, 2016) -- Mediator/Arbitrator Ricardo J. Cata will moderate an April 13 panel discussion, "The Role of Mediation in Resolving U.S. Claims Against Cuba," at the American Bar Association Section of International Law 2016 Spring Meeting i... Read More

Dismissal Without Reserving Enforcement Rights May Limit Parties’ Recourse Under Rule 1.730
Dismissal Without Reserving Enforcement Rights May Limit Parties’ Recourse Under Rule 1.730 In a case that just keeps coming back, like a nightmare or a bad penny -- depending on your perspective -- the Fourth District Court recently weighed in on two “settlement” related subjects that happen every day throughout Florida and elsewhere, with... Read More

Well-Known Appellate and Trial Attorney Shelley H. Leinicke Joins Upchurch Watson White & Max
Well-Known Appellate and Trial Attorney Shelley H. Leinicke Joins Upchurch Watson White & Max Shelley H. Leinicke, familiar throughout the state for her 39 years as an appellate and general trial attorney, officiallylaunched her mediation career with Upchurch Watson White & Max on Friday, April 1, 2016. She plans to establish a statewide prac... Read More

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