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Arbitration Waiver in the Context of Litigation (Ep. 003)

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Published on Dec 21, 2011

This episode of StudioCF features an interview of shareholder Joanna Garcia (jgarcia@carltonfields.com) regarding the waiver of arbitration rights under Florida law in the context of litigation.

Carlton Fields has offices in Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tampa, and West Palm Beach.

The Carlton Fields Business Litigation and Trade Regulation Practice Group is the largest practice group within the firm. We are aggressive, thorough, and, above all, practical in our approach to our clients' litigation needs. Our goal is to protect our clients' interests in the most cost-effective way, positioning a case for trial or settlement, as may be appropriate. In every case, we explore suitable opportunities for early resolution of the matter through mediation, arbitration, or informal settlement, with trial being the last, but sometimes necessary, solution.

For more information about Joanna Garcia and the Carlton Fields Business Litigation and Trade Regulation Practice Group, visit http://www.carltonfields.com or email us at studiocf@carltonfields.com.

StudioCF is the official vlawg (video law blog) of Carlton Fields, P.A. We hope that this presentation was informative. Please take a moment to browse our other vlawg posts on a variety of cutting-edge legal topics. You may also subscribe to our YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/cfvlawg) and follow us on Twitter @cfvlawg for new monthly episodes of StudioCF.

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