Science Fiction? "Conscious Dialogue with Complex Parties & Their Advocates"
100% "LIVE" WEBINAR &
Negotiation & Mediation
**Fla Bar CLE Approved – 10 General; 1.0 Bias Elimination; 2.0 Ethics, 3.0 Technology"
DATE/TIME: Friday, December 4, 2020 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
PROGRAM HOST: Stanley Zamor, Primary Trainer; Civil/Family/County Mediator- Qualified Arbitrator; Roster Member-NADN (National Academy of Distiguushed Neutrals); Former Member of MEAC(Mediation Ethics Advisory Committee); Fla. Bar ADR Section Contributor; Fla. Bar Attorney Fee Grievance Arbitrator; 2013-2017 President of Florida Academy of Professional Mediators, Inc.(FAPM).
Peter L. Wechsler, Esq.:-Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator; Qualified Arbitrator; AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell; The Florida Board of Bar Examiners (Emeritus); Florida Super Lawyer; Florida Top Lawyer; Litigation in Torts, Product Liability and Insurance Disputes; Board Certified in Trial Advocacy (NBTA); Society of Automotive Engineers; Special Master in ESI Disputes; Top Lawyers in South Florida; Congress of the Fellows of the Center for International Studies; American College of e-Neutrals; The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine; Judge of National AAJ Moot Court Competition.
Gerald W. Pierre, Esq.: Focuses on assisting individuals, their famlies and their estate regarding estate planning, guardianship administration, probate administration, and mediation matters.
Kristine C. Goodwin, M.Ed., J.D. is a dispute resolution design specialist; a trained and experienced negotiator, mediator, and arbitrator; and a senior executive in higher education. Kristine is a proponent of diversity, equity, and inclusion and is often referred to as “an advocate,” “an ally,” and a “change agent.”
***WELCOME Family, Civil, County Mediators, Attorneys and other Business Professionals, join us as we address key issues that arise in settlement negotiations and mediations. This lively program focuses on skill building and discusses ethical concerns from the point of view of the mediator, lawyer, and disputants. THESE IS ADVANCED BUT ALL ARE WELCOMED!
Earn up to 8.0 CME (1.0 Interpersonal Violence, 1.0 Diversity, 4.0 Ethics credits, 2.0 General (2.0 Technology))
** FLA. BAR APPROVED FOR – 10 General; 1.0 Bias Elimination; 2.0 Ethics, 3.0 Technology"