Live GoToWebinar by Renée E. Thompson of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group, Ocala, and Adam M. Myron, Cagnet Myron Law, P.A., Wellington. Moderator: Bill Curphey. Course number 7324 is approved for 1 CLE/CME credit. Solo & Small Firm Section members register for only $50. REGISTER
ADR mechanisms are being used in more courts today, but are less familiar to most clients. Hear strategies and tips from our experienced mediators/arbitrators on how to best prepare your clients for their participation in these different types of experiences by understanding the processes, participant roles, and expectations.
Renée E. Thompson is a solo civil trial attorney and mediator from Ocala, Florida. She is an active leader in The Florida Bar, serving on the Board of Governors as the current Technology Chair and Member Benefit Liaison and on the Executive Council of the Solo and Small Firm Section. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law in the area of Practice Management and Technology, and has received the General Practice/ Solo and Small Firm Section’s Walter S. Crumbley Award for her contributions in the area of Practice Management. She established a reputation at a young age as a high achiever, as President of The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and inaugural Chair of The Florida Bar Leadership Academy, and received the President’s Award of Merit twice while serving on the Board of Governors.
A native Floridian, Adam M. Myron grew up in Palm Beach County. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, magna cum laude, from Emory University and a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University. After law school, Adam returned home to Palm Beach County, where he and his wife Stephanie are raising their two sons.
A trial attorney, Adam has been practicing law for nearly two decades, representing both individuals and companies in the areas of complex business and partnership litigation, professional malpractice liability, trust and estate litigation, defamation, non-competition law, employment litigation, personal injury, association law, and both commercial and residential real estate transactions. Adam is a problem solver for high-profile clients, having handled multimillion-dollar business and commercial disputes, including the defense of a professional liability matter in which the plaintiff sought more than a billion dollars in damages.
In addition to being a trial attorney, Adam focuses on alternative dispute resolution, serving as a neutral for individuals and businesses that desire to resolve their conflicts outside of court. Adam is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Mediator, and he is a Qualified Florida Arbitrator.