ILAT Conference Participation Adds to Free UWWM Resources
The recent International Litigation, Arbitration & Transactions Conference in Miami, where Mediator Ricardo Cata was a panelist, was attended by 125 lawyers from Florida, New York, Central and South America and other regions. Ricardo has shared his paper from the conference, "International Commercial Mediation: A Supplement to International Arbitration." The paper also is posted on our toolkit page at uww-adr.com/resources, along with many other complimentary resources designed to assist litigators.
"My panel was attended by about 45 conferees, and one of my panel members is a law school professor at Florida International University's Law School," Ricardo reported. "He teaches a class on international ADR, and he invited me to talk to his class about international mediation this spring." Ricardo plans to do so on April 1.
Upchurch Watson White & Max thanks the conference presenter, The Florida Bar International Law Section, for the opportunities to learn, educate and participate!
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