Daytona Beach , FL
The nationally recognized mediation firm of Upchurch Watson White & Max is pleased to announce the appointment of Mac Voght to the firm's panel of mediation specialists.
The firm is establishing a Mississippi presence and will be represented in that state by Mr. Voght, a veteran central Florida trial attorney who is relocating to Natchez, MS .
Mr. Voght brings to his mediation practice a vast amount of expertise in the areas of professional and medical facility liability and administration as well as medical staff issues. He also has extensive experience in general liability cases. Prior to attending law school, he served five years as Assistant Director of Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL. He is AV rated by the Martindale-Hubble Law Directory and serves as the 2005 President of the Central Florida Chapter of The American Board of Trial Advocates. He has been selected by Leading American Attorneys in the category of medical malpractice and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
We are privileged to have a professional of Mac Voght's experience and gravitas join our ranks, said John Upchurch, president of the firm.
Established in 1996, the mediation group of Upchurch Watson White & Max ( www.uww-adr.com ) encompasses a large and growing number of Florida Supreme Court certified mediators with wide-ranging specialties. Firm panelists serve as court-appointed and privately employed mediators, arbitrators and third-party neutral case managers, preside over private trials, and act as consultants to business and industry, designing in-house dispute resolution systems. Its members have served as founders and officers of the Florida Association of Professional Mediators as well as the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, and regularly provide continuing legal education to lawyers, mediators, judges and insurance professionals throughout the Southeast. Headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida, the firm maintains offices in Orlando and Miami, as well as Birmingham, Alabama , and mediates cases nationally and internationally.