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Mediation Firm

“The Firm has more than 20 active attorney/mediators who are certified as trial court mediators by the Florida Supreme Court. They have conducted many thousands of mediation conferences in state and federal court cases ranging in value from zero to hundreds of millions of dollars. Several of the Firm’s mediators have each led thousands of conferences. Some of them have been full time trial court mediators for more than 25 years. Most of the Members of Mediation Firm, Inc. moved their professional practices from Mediation, Inc. in late 2013 when Mediation, Inc. suspended operations.

Mediation Firm, Inc. provides conference facilities to serve the trial attorneys of South Florida at its offices in Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and West Palm Beach. They also conduct conferences at other locations convenient to the parties and counsel throughout Florida.

The Firm’s panel of seasoned mediators from diverse backgrounds makes matching the right mediator to the case easy. The Firm provides experienced mediators with flexible schedules who charge reasonable fees. The mediators are experienced trial attorneys or former judges so they thoroughly understand the trial and appellate process with its attendant risks, uncertainty and expense.

The mediators realize that when any client retains an attorney to represent them in a civil litigation case, the client expects to receive a product. It is an intangible product, but to the client it is clearly defined… a resolution of the case, on terms acceptable to the client, at the earliest possible moment. Mediators on the panel of Mediation Firm, Inc. realize this client mindset and vigorously pursue helping trial counsel deliver that product to their client.”

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