Apps for Florida Mediators

Arbitration Mediation

What technology and apps should mediators use?

Thanks to the Florida Dispute Resolution Center for inviting me to their 23rd annual conference in Orlando, Florida on July 30-31, 2015.

Our session, Technology and Apps for Mediators, explained what technology you need to run an effective and profitable mediation office.  We also discussed iPhone and iOS apps for mediators.  The emphasis was on the need to use technology to improve services and gain more mediation business.  Lawyers are using technology.  If they cannot use these tools when mediating with you, they will go elsewhere.

The link to the Adobe Voice mediation intro is here.

Hit this link for the presentation materials:  2015 Apps for Mediators.

iOS
Use of iPhone to Find a Bank to Rob and Use of iPhone Police Scanner App Leads to Conviction (McCarthy v. Dept. Corrections)

A Florida jury found Shola McCarthy of robbing a bank and using a police scanner in violation of 843.167(1)(a), Fla. Stat., which prohibits interception of police radio “to assist in committing a crime or to escape from or avoid… arrest… In connection with the commission of such crime.” In 2013, …

E-discovery
Privacy Guide for Your Apple iOS 15 Devices

Take 5 minutes to run through the settings on your iOS 15 (iPhone and iPad) security settings to ensure you are not leaking data. This article, originally published in the Palm Beach Bar Association Bulletin, explains the steps in a single page article so you can protect your devices and …

Arbitration Mediation
Is Your Arbitration Clause “Broad” or “Narrow”? And Do You Understand Buckeye v. Cardegna? (BREA 3-2 LLC v. Hagshama)

Most clients include arbitration clauses in their contracts with the intent that any and all disputes between the parties should be resolved by arbitration. Lawyers, however, don’t always write the contract that way… even though the rules have been crystalized for about a decade. Here’s the first test whether your …