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As Seen In: Daily Business Review ‘Zoom Will Blaze into 2024 in This Sector, Miami Attorney Says’

By December 14, 2023

“I think that it’s going to take a different type of mediator in the future than those which have historically been doing it,” Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L.’s Abbey Kaplan tells the Daily Business Review. Kaplan discusses progressive shifts in #legal strategy, such as virtual mediations and launching the firm’s Alternative …

As Seen In Authority Magazine: Abbey Kaplan, How To Create A Successful Career In Conflict Resolution & Mediation

By May 11, 2023

Listening, and recognizing that there are three sides to every story and be ready with different answers because you will never always be right. What does it take to create a highly successful career in conflict resolution and mediation? As a part of this series, we had the pleasure of …

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Virtual Mediation: “People want to get their cases resolved, and they have the opportunity to do it now.”

By December 2, 2020

Amidst the pandemic, I have seen the legal industry adapt with ease to a technology-driven world, especially one area in particular: virtual mediation. In fact, outside of operating in a remote environment, the mediation process has not changed at all; the only difference is that attorneys are no longer sitting …

Daily Business Review: Litigator Todd Levine’s Passion for Music, Art, Math and Science Helps in the Courtroom

By May 4, 2018

In the realm of litigation, Todd Levine brings a unique blend of legal acumen and artistic ingenuity. Beyond the conventional trappings of a successful litigator, Levine’s passion for music, drawing, and the sciences sets him apart. In this snippet from the Daily Business Review, we catch a glimpse of how …

Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth: What to do when Multi-Party Mediation Derails Your Settlement Efforts

By October 16, 2012

By Abbey L. Kaplan Recently I found myself in multi-party mediations where parties on the other side were represented by one attorney.  Problems arose when my client and I believed we settled the case only to find that the interests of the parties represented by joint counsel diverged, derailing the …