We are Commited to Settling cases
Marc Sinensky, Esq.
Mediation Practice Areas
- Real Estate Disputes
- Landlord Tenant Disputes
- Partnership Disputes
- Breach of Contract
- Contract Formation Disputes
- Business Disputes
- Complex Commercial Litigation
- Complex Family Disputes
Approaches Mediation with a Comprehensive Appreciation of the process
- Marc is a current a member of the Florida Bar Grievance Mediation & Fee Arbitration Program
- Marc is a current member of the Mediator Qualifications and Discipline Review Board, appointed by the Supreme Court of Florida (this is Marc’s second 4 year term as a member of this board)
- Marc is a current approved arbitrator for FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Agency)
- Marc was the chair of a Florida Bar Grievance committee in the 15th judicial circuit, until his term expired in 2016.
HOW ATTORNEYS CAN HELP CLIENTS INVOLVED IN LANDLORD TENANT DISPUTE MEDIATION
Landlord/tenant disputes can quickly deteriorate into nasty lawsuits and drawn-out legal proceedings. You can soon find yourself in court literally arguing over dirty laundry. However, there is a better way. Mediation allows you to resolve these types of disputes quickly and efficiently. Your client may get an outcome that would not be possible in court, which will increase their satisfaction with you, so it’s a win-win for everyone. Here are a few ways that you can help at a landlord tenant dispute mediation.
Prepare for Mediation
deally, you will resolve your case at mediation, so you should be just as prepared for mediation as you would be for trial. Have all of your evidence neatly organized and provide any information that the mediator asks for upfront. Be sure that your position is clear and that you are able to provide a summary of your client’s viewpoint in a concise and supported manner.
TOP 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MEDIATION
The role of the attorney in preparing for and participating in a mediation differs from the attorney’s role in preparing for and participating in other facets of a litigation. This is so because the goals are different. The goal in a litigation is to win, however, that may be viewed in the context of the specific litigation. In contrast, the goal of a mediation is not to “win,” but rather to walk away with a negotiated agreement, which may very well be a “win” it is own right.
I have been personally given excellent advice on several litigation situations. I have heard first hand from several legal professionals of his outstanding ability in representing his clients. He has always been fair and always willing to hear both sides of an issue.
Be Impeccable With Your Word. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love.
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WE ARE COMMITTED
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Marc Sinensky, Esq. has a JD and an MBA with more than 35 years of experience as an attorney.
Marc Sinensky is a Florida Supreme Court Certified: Circuit Civil Mediator, Family Mediator and Appellate Mediator. Marc Sinensky has been involved in mediations as a mediator, counsel for a party, in-house general counsel for a party, settlement counsel for a party, as a party and as co-counsel for a party; consequently he approaches mediation with a comprehensive appreciation of the process and how to get cases settled from both a legal and business perspective.