Practice Tips for Litigators: A Q&A with Upchurch Watson White & Max

Featuring mediators Kimberly Sands, Richard Lord and Charles A. Mancuso in a panel discussion, our April 18 Webinar is titled "Practice Tips for Litigators: A Q&A with Upchurch Watson White & Max."

The presenters will address questions on topics such as big mistakes attorneys can make in mediations and how to remedy them, leverage and what to do with it once you have it and strategies that avert impasse. Registrants will have the opportunity to ask our terrific triad a question during the sign-up process and through a chat function during the Webinar itself.

This Webinar is designed for litigators who often negotiate during mediation or attorneys who want to learn more about it.

How to Register
Title: Practice Tips for Litigators: A Q&A with Upchurch Watson White & Max
Date: Monday, April 18, 2016
Time: Noon-1 p.m. EDT

After registering at, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

CLE Credits

Attending our complimentary Webinar will entitle you to 1.0 hours of General CLE credit through The Florida Bar.

Our Presenters

Kimberly Sands specializes in federal and state mediation, arbitration, neutral evaluation and private judging. She is experienced in many substantive areas of litigation, including inter alia, commercial, insurance, labor and employment, professional liability, civil liability, appellate, trusts and estates,  and complex and multi-party disputes.

Richard Lord is an experienced dispute resolution professional and chief moderator for UWWM's 2016 CLE Webinar series. He is co-chair of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Mediation Committee and an American Bar Foundation Fellow and a Fellow of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators (ACCTM).

Charles A. "Chuck" Mancuso was just 27 when he  successfully litigated a multiple wrongful death action for a recovery in excess of $2 million dollars. He litigated, for the plaintiff and defense, more than 2,400 cases to completion in all Florida circuits and Florida federal districts. He is now a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals.

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