The nationally recognized mediation firm of Upchurch, Watson, White & Max is pleased to announce the appointment of Roger J. Larue to the firm's mediation panel.
Mr. Larue is a seasoned professional who has mediated over two thousand cases including medical malpractice, construction and real estate, maritime law claims and class action matters with as many as one million plaintiffs. He is a recognized author and speaker and has conducted seminars and lectures on mediation in connection with Tulane and Loyola
Schools, as well as the
and Florida Bar Associations. An adjunct professor on negotiation and mediation advocacy skills at Tulane, he was featured in the National Law Journal in connection with the 2003 Federal Medicare amendments related to the impact of Federal Law on personal injury and damage claims.
Mr. Larue received his J.D. from Loyola
University of the South and his M.B.A. from
. AV Rated with Martindale-Hubbell, he is a certified circuit court mediator in Florida and
as well as a qualified arbitrator. Mr. Larue resides in Cocoa, Florida and
and is engaged in numerous civic and volunteer organizations.
"We are absolutely delighted to add this gifted and influential industry leader to our panel",
said John Upchurch, president of the firm.
Mr. Larue and Richard Lord, shareholder with UWWM, will host a CLE titled, "Medicaid, ERISA and Medicare: Their Impact on Settlements Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow" at our Maitland office on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 from 11:45 - 1:00 PM.