Practice Areas


Arbitration is also private and confidential, cost-effective, and efficient, and it utilizes a third-party neutral to decide the outcome of the dispute, much like a judge would do. It can be binding or non-binding, so parties may or may not have the opportunity to file an appeal and continue the dispute if unhappy with the outcome. Arbitration may be court-ordered or initiated by the parties through a Chapter 44 proceeding or by filing…Read More


Mediation is private and confidential, cost-effective, efficient, and leaves disputing parties in complete control of the outcome. The mediator does not serve as the decision maker and will not provide legal advice to the parties. As a neutral third-party, the mediator, assists the parties by facilitating settlement discussions and by generating options for settlement. The mediation process is governed by Chapter 44, Florida Statutes….Read More