The economic impact of the equine industry in Florida is estimated to result in $6.5 billion gross domestic product. But horses are expensive animals and things can go wrong. If things go wrong and you end up in a legal dispute, then mediation can be an effective way to resolve your legal dispute. This article will describe some of the kinds of equine legal disputes.
The original article can be found here, courtesy of the Palm Beach County Bar Association website: http://www.palmbeachbar.org/adr-corner/ten-tips-for-getting-the-most-out-of-your-mediation-process/ Published January 2018 By Bruce A. Blitman During the past 30 years, mediation has become the most popular Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process for resolving disputes. Lawyers, insurance companies, risk managers, and corporate legal departments use mediation frequently to … Continue reading TEN TIPS FOR GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MEDIATION PROCESS
This article was written by the Florida Bar News. Here is the original link: https://www.floridabar.org/news/tfb-news/?durl=%2Fdivcom%2Fjn%2Fjnnews01.nsf%2F8c9f13012b96736985256aa900624829%2Fea322c9119fe0fb78525820c004d9b26 The Florida Bar Law Related Education Committee, in coordination with Justice Teaching founder Justice R. Fred Lewis, is seeking nominations for a Justice Teaching Select Committee “Judge of the Year,” a Justice Teaching “Volunteer of the Year,” and a Justice Teaching … Continue reading Nominations sought for Justice Teaching Awards – January 15, 2018
This article (link and preview text below) originally appeared in the Dispute Resolution Journal Volume 71 Issue 3, 2016, and was published by Juris Net LLC: "Insight Policing: A Creative Approach to Building Bridges between Police and the Communities They Serve" Preview Page Recent events in Baltimore, Maryland; Ferguson, Missouri and elsewhere have brought national … Continue reading My latest article – “Insight Policing: A Creative Approach to Building Bridges between Police and the Communities They Serve”
Source: http://www.law.miami.edu/news/2016/december/memory-law-roommate-and-friend-%E2%80%9881-alumnus-continues-annual-donation-library In 1980, a 24-year-old Miami Law student was struck and killed by a drunk driver, just days before the start of his 3L year. Alan Gene Bertini, from Charleroi, Pennsylvania, had gone to law school because he was always rooting for the underdogs and underserved. As an undergraduate -- with a huge heart … Continue reading In Memory of Law Roommate and Friend, ‘81 Alumnus Continues Annual Donation to Library