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Ricardo Cata practiced law as a civil litigator and trial lawyer in South Florida for 38 years. His mediation practice focuses on construction defects, commercial disputes, cross-border disputes (in litigation or arbitration), design defects, general liability, hotel and resort liability, product liability, medical malpractice, premises liability, maritime claims, insurance coverage, and wrongful death. Ricardo can mediate in the Spanish language. He writes about the growing area of mediating international disputes.
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UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements and Amended Model Law on International Conciliation Take Another Step Forward
UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements and Amended Model Law on International Conciliation Take Another Step Forward The Working Group II (Dispute Resolution) of the U.N. Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) met in February to complete its work on the drafts of the instruments. That should be exciting to dispute resolution professionals because the end ... 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

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