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  • Jun

    5

    2014

BOCA RATON, FL – June 11, 2014 – Michelle F. Tanzer, chair of the Residential, Resort & Club Section and a shareholder in GrayRobinson’s Boca Raton office, presented to Nova Southeastern University on June 5, 2014. Tanzer was invited by Nova’s Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution as a guest lecturer to present during the graduate course, Arbitration Theory and Practice. The course covers the nature, enforceability and scope of arbitration clauses, as well as other requirements to arbitrate. It also focuses on the powers of arbitrators, issues that typically arise in arbitration, the conduct of arbitration hearings, and the remedies available in awards under federal and state law and proceedings to confirm or to modify or vacate arbitration awards.

Tanzer focuses her practice on representing developers, owners and operators of residential and resort communities and clubs, including branded residences, and prepares related contract and agreements such as master and condominium declarations, management and licensing agreements, rental program documents, reciprocal easement agreements, club membership plans, and the related ancillary documents. She is a  Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator, serves on the National Golf Industry Panel of the American Arbitration Association and authored the book, "The Club Litigation Book - Keeping Clubs out of Court."  

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