Online Dispute Resolution

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are no longer physically convening groups of more than 10. However, our 43 mediators and our staff members in all nine of our offices are employing video and telephonic conferencing platforms to allow us to continue helping you to resolve disputes without the risk of face-to-face meetings.

We are setting up and routinely conducting timely and effective video mediations through Zoom, GoToMeeting and other platforms when requested, to bring your cases to closure. We don’t need to cancel, reschedule or defer bringing a dispute to mediation. Give any of our UWWM offices a call and we will be happy to arrange everything for you.

We all know significant civil disputes won’t go away if left unattended, and they generally get worse with time, not better. When the time is right, those matters must be dealt with effectively and efficiently. Our group regards serving your interests in reaching prompt conflict resolution as essential.

We sincerely appreciate the trust you’ve given Upchurch Watson White & Max over the years and look forward to continuing our dispute resolution work together.

Be well.



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The mediation group, with nine offices in Florida and Alabama and a panel of 43 professional neutrals, drafted the policy statement in response to widely reported security concerns about the popular video meeting platform Zoom. Read more.