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Mediators recognize that lawyers, paralegals, and scheduling assistants do not want to waste time coordinating multiple calendars to schedule a mediation.  Our system makes it easy to determine mediator and counsel availability.  Once counsel contacts us with several possible dates, we will either confirm the date or send a link to when2meet so that all parties and counsel can participate in coordinating calendars. Just follow these steps:  Review with opposing counsel; Email and request  the proposed days; If the date is acceptable to all,  you will receive a confirming email and you can then send the Notice of Mediation...Read More


“We get our grades every day” – or at least that was the expressed “theme of the day” in my first law office job.  We all are subject to that reality in our careers and workplaces.   All of us have a better chance to perform well when we have a clear picture of what is expected of us.  Arbitrators are no different. Toward that end, the American Arbitration Association surveys arbitration participants to identify whether the arbitrator achieved the following goals: Provided an efficient and economical arbitration Was professional, fair, diligent, and courteous Succinctly managed the arbitration process and hearing...Read More


Schedule your mediation now. Go to the Calendar to check available dates. You and the opposing party may identify mutually convenient days for the mediation. Then, just send an email to to secure the day. Please request at least two (2) dates to make sure that counsel, parties, and mediator can appear. Also, make sure that you state where you want the mediation to take place – your office or the mediator’s at 390 North Orange Avenue; Suite 2300; Orlando, Florida 32801. We will respond as soon as possible (within 24 hours) to confirm the date, place, time, number...Read More