Mr. Reich has been a registered mediator since 2009 and has also worked for the Chancellor of The University of Alabama System and as an adjunct professor in the university's honors college during that time.
Mr. Trippe plans to use the skills, judgment and knowledge he developed as a senior government and corporate lawyer -- and as a national and regional firm litigation partner -- in the resolution of complex and high-value disputes. He brings deep experience in the transportation industry, government and private law practice to his new career as a mediator and arbitrator.
Mr. Fawsett has been a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator since 2006. A Martindale-Hubbell AV® rated attorney, he has been selected by peer review as one of the Best Lawyers in America® and recognized by Florida Super Lawyers
Mr. Marion joined the mediation group in early 2020 and has built an impressive practice as a full-time neutral since then.
As he launches his mediation practice with Upchurch Watson White & Max this summer, Mr. Jopling reflects on the values of resolution and finality and what they can mean for litigants and lawyers.
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Mr. Harke is well-known for his advocacy in national multi-district mass tort and class action cases and will be a presenter for Upchurch Watson White & Max's Webinar this month, "Resolving Class Actions & Mass Claims in 2021: A Civil and Ethical Approach."
Mediations being scheduled for this month
Mr. Dennis officially joined Upchurch Watson White & Max's panel at the first of the year. He is based in South Florida but able to mediate anywhere through videoconferencing.
UWWM President and CEO John Upchurch recently announced that shareholders A. Michelle Jernigan, Robert A. 'Bob' Cole and Charles A. 'Chuck' Mancuso, based throughout Florida, have accepted an invitation to become equity principals, effective Jan. 1, 2021.
Ms. Brimmer officially joined Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group on Nov. 1.
As Mr. Lasseter makes the transition to working full-time as a mediator, he looks forward to working with lawyers, their clients and other decision-makers to reach resolution rather than incur the risks and costs of trial.
He begins his mediation career as in-person conferencing has been curtailed, but he has a strategy for that and for preparing attorneys and parties to get maximum results from mediation videoconferences.
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.
UWWM is taking dispute resolution to new heights across the state. The group, which recently celebrated the opening of its new Miami office, continues a years-long quest to enhance conference facilities and further develop its panel of quality neutrals.
A Florida Supreme Court-Certified Circuit Civil Mediator, Mr. Marion, looks forward to settling disputes within the practice areas he knows best from 37 years of experience.
A certified circuit civil, dependency and family mediator, Maldonado plans to keep her current popular practice and expand from there
Without skipping a beat, Tim McDermott leaves his litigation practice to join Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group next month
If Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King had not related the true story in 'Beneath a Ruthless Sun,' many who know Judge Graham very well would not have known about his courage and determination as a young attorney. Graham, a mediator with Upchurch Watson White & Max since 2012, will receive an award, named for him by his local bar association, later this month.
Dispute resolution professionals from Upchurch Watson White & Max, based in Florida and Alabama, and Georgia-based Miles Mediation & Arbitration will team up for three Webinars this year, accredited by bar associations for CLE in all three states.
Earlier this year, Chief Judge Merryday of the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida signed an order certifying two mediators who recently joined Upchurch Watson White & Max.