Lawrence M. "Larry" Watson, Jr.
, mediator and founding principal with Upchurch Watson White & Max, will share more of his techniques for organizing and formatting mediations of complex, multi-party, multi-issue lawsuits during this March Webinar. He and moderator Brandon Peters
, also a UWWM mediator, will work their way through an example matter and explain a few different paths to possible resolution.
This Webinar's content is designed for trial lawyers, construction lawyers and mediators.
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|Planning & Executing the Mediation of Complex, Multi-Party, Multi-Issue Disputes
|Tuesday, March 8, 2016
|Noon-1 p.m. EST
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Lawrence M. Watson
, Principal, Upchurch Watson White & Max, has practiced exclusively in litigation and alternative dispute resolution with an emphasis in complex multiparty, commercial problems and construction claims since becoming a member of The Florida Bar in 1969. In 2015, he received the Sharon Press Excellence in ADR Award.
Brandon S. Peters
, Dispute Resolution Counsel, Upchurch Watson White & Max, brings over two decades of experience as a highly-respected civil litigator to his mediation career, which began with a successful solo practice and continues with UWWM. He takes a data- and evidence-driven approach to resolving disputes without ignoring the all-important human factors.