Ansbacher Law partner Bryan R. Rendzio is excited to introduce a new mediation class that focuses on successfully mediating a dispute that may arise in an association. The class will be held by Ansbacher Education, LLC. The course is titled “How to Successfully Mediate Your Community Association Dispute – A View from the Mediator’s Perspective.”
The class was developed for community association managers, but is open for anyone who is interested. The course has been approved for one hour of the continuing education credit for CAMs who need to renew their credits. It will focus on developing a better understand of what mediation entails, as well as how best to maximize the benefits of the process for any disputes that may arise in an association.
This class is a great fit for a CAM who needs to get more continuing education requirement hours, a board member of an association, or any member of the community who simply wants to know more about the mediation process. If you are interested in signing up, there are currently two classes scheduled: one on Thursday, May 11th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. and the other on Thursday, May 13th from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Both courses will be held via Zoom. The link for May 11th registration can be found here, and the link for May 13th registration can be found here.
If you have any questions about the class, you can call Ansbacher Law at 904-737-4600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BRYAN R. RENDZIO is a partner at Ansbacher Law and the chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) group. Mr. Rendzio is a former Circuit Court Judge for Florida’s Seventh Judicial Circuit. In addition to being Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law and being a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator, Mr. Rendzio is also a panel member of the American Arbitration Association’s mediation and arbitration panels. If you are interested in seeking Mr. Rendzio’s services as a trial resolution judge, please contact him at (904) 737-4600, Ext. 115 or Bryan.Rendzio@Ansbacher.net.