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Aaron Weiss Earns Mediator Certification from Florida Supreme Court

Aaron Weiss earned circuit, county, and appellate mediator certification from the Florida Supreme Court for civil and appellate cases.

According to the Florida Dispute Resolution Center, there are only 3,441 certified circuit mediators, 2,177 certified county mediators, and 423 certified appellate mediators. Mediators must adhere to the highest ethical standards, including honoring their right of self-determination; acting with impartiality; and avoiding coercion, improper influence, and conflicts of interest. A mediator is also responsible for maintaining an appropriate demeanor, preserving confidentiality, and promoting the awareness by the parties of the interests of non-participating persons.

Weiss maintains a national business litigation practice focused on telecommunications law, class actions, and consumer claims. He also frequently counsels insurance companies on complex coverage issues relating to class actions and other aggregated litigation. He frequently litigates class action cases under a variety of consumer protection statutes, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (Florida Mini TCPA), the Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (FTSA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and more. He routinely defends companies sued in data breach class actions and counsels insurers on issues related to cyber claims, and has significant experience in both prosecuting and defending against intellectual property claims, often in cases involving novel technology.


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