Mediator Ricardo Cata at Home in Miami
Mediator Ricardo Cata's heart has been in Miami for a long time, and now his residence is, too. He and his wife, Ani, have finally completed a move from Boca Raton to a Miami condominium unit that overlooks Biscayne Bay.
From a professional standpoint, his move was important in the growth of an important practice area: commercial cross-border disputes. From a personal perspective, the Catas are now much closer to family.
Additionally, Ricardo has announced that, although he will continue to mediate wherever his clients desire, his practice will now be based at Upchurch Watson White & Max's Miami office in Suite 420 of the Biscayne Building, 19 West Flagler Street, near the Dade County Courthouse and downtown Miami legal offices.
For more information about Ricardo, please visit his profile at biography/ricardo-j-cata.
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