New practice area, consisting of six attorneys across Florida, will provide Supreme Court Certified Mediation services for a myriad of case types
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – Weiss Serota Helfman Cole + Bierman (WSHC+B) announced the addition of a Mediation Services Practice Group to its roster of practice areas. This practice group will provide Florida Supreme Court certified circuit and/or county mediators for cases that involve local government, commercial litigation, construction litigation, eminent domain, property rights and education.
The firm’s certified mediators will work to assist parties find amicable resolutions to their disputes by ensuring fair and unbiased mediation services in situations where courts order mediation or when parties involved in litigation independently want to pursue a settlement.
“Adding this important practice area expands our firm’s profile and services,” said Jamie Cole, partner and Fort Lauderdale office managing director. “I could not be prouder to launch this practice with a group of highly talented WSHC+B attorneys who have been certified by the Florida Supreme Court.”
With the firm’s comprehensive understanding of different types of disputes, WSHC+B’s certified mediators are uniquely equipped to increase the odds of a successful resolution.
The firm’s team of Supreme Court certified mediators includes:
- Jamie Cole – Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Areas of focus: Local Government, Commercial Litigation
- Howard DuBosar – Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Area of focus: Commercial Litigation
- Ronald Nisonson – Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Area of focus: Construction Litigation
- Pete Waldman – Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Areas of focus: Eminent Domain, Property Rights
- Candice Balmori – Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Area of focus: Local Government
- Ayanna Hypolite – Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator
Area of focus: Education
In addition to this new practice area, the firm has had exceptional growth this year through its acquisition of a boutique law firm in Gainesville, expanding its office in Boca Raton and hiring 16 lawyers and 13 staff in 2022.
For more information on the firm’s new practice group, please visit: https://www.wsh-law.com/practices/litigation/supreme-court-certified-mediation/