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Meah Tell

Meah Tell is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, Circuit Civil Mediator and County Court Mediator, as well...

Robert Hoyle

Bob Hoyle is an attorney at Harrison, Kirkland, Pratt & McGuire, P.A. Mr. Hoyle has practiced law in Manatee...

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Laurence Colletti

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Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews Bob Hoyle and Meah Tell from the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) section about their seminar titled “Arbitration, Effective Joint Opening Sessions, and Ethical Issues for Mediators and Attorneys” at The Florida Bar’s 2015 Annual Convention.

Podcast Topics Include:

  • New revised Florida arbitration code
  • Pitfalls attorneys fall into before and after mediation
  • Mandatory non-binding arbitration
  • How arbitration affects plaintiffs, attorneys, and courts
  • Cost saving factors of arbitration and mediation
  • Client Satisfaction

Meah Tell has been a Florida Supreme Court certified circuit civil and family court mediator since 1990. She is chair-elect of the ADR section of the Florida Bar and she formerly served as the president of the bar academy of professional mediators. She currently serves on the Florida Supreme Court Mediator Ethics and Advisory Committee.

Bob Hoyle practices in the Tampa Bay area and has been a certified mediator since 1999. He is the chair of the Florida ADR section, which is comprised of over 1,000 members who are attorneys that are either mediators or practice in the mediation area of the law.

Episode Details
Published: July 15, 2015
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal Technology
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On the Road
On the Road

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