Nulman presents at Florida Construction Law Institute

Attorney and full-time mediator James L. Nulman recently spoke as part of a two-person panel to a group of 150 lawyers at the 9th Annual Construction Law Institute on the topic: Mediations, Managing Expectations to Success.

Nulman shared the podium with Bruce G. Alexander of Ciklin, Lubitz & O’Connell to discuss insights accumulated through thirty-plus years of combined experience mediating construction disputes. Nulman and Alexander shared planning and preparation techniques to help attorneys increase the chances of settling a construction dispute at mediation with maximum results for their clients.

In the state of Florida, parties involved in a lawsuit are required to go through mediation to attempt to settle their dispute before going to trial. The training attorneys receive at the Construction Law Institute is invaluable by keeping them in tune with the latest developments in the field of construction law and the most effective techniques to resolve disputes for their clients.

About Nulman Mediation Services

James L. Nulman is a Certified Circuit Civil, U.S. District Court and Appellate Mediator. With more than 25 years experience in commercial litigation and more than 20 years of mediation experience, he now conducts more than 200 mediations a year. His mediation practice covers a wide range of disputes including: business disputes and dissolutions, construction disputes, copyright and trademark infringements, contract disputes, discrimination and other employment issues, insurance coverage matters, real estate disputes, medical malpractice and personal injury. For more information, visit

About The Construction Law Institute

The Construction Law Institute is held each March in Orlando, Florida. The Institute is coordinated through The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Construction Law Committee of The Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section.

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