Alternative Dispute Resolution Services,
Including Mediation and Arbitration
OAS Mediation is a boutique alternative dispute resolution firm, founded by former Big Law litigation partner Oscar A. Sanchez, which is dedicated to assisting parties to resolve the most difficult legal disputes in the context of mediations and arbitrations. Mr. Sanchez is a Florida Supreme Court Civil Circuit and Appellate Certified Mediator, and is Florida Supreme Court trained in non-binding arbitrations.
Oscar A. Sanchez’s mediation philosophy is to act as a neutral and impartial third person who treats all parties and their counsel with equal dignity and respect. Oscar facilitates litigants to forge their own solutions to legal disputes and assists them in identifying issues, thus permitting them to remain in control of their own outcomes when the alternative is having outcomes imposed upon them by a judge or a jury in a court of law.
Oscar also assists parties to resolve their disputes in an adversarial setting by acting in the capacity of a neutral arbitrator and as a court appointed special magistrate. In these capacities, he brings over 25 years of experience litigating and trying complex, high dollar cases and coordinating business litigation in the state and federal courts. Oscar understands that large and small businesses, entrepreneurs, corporations and individuals need to intelligently and efficiently resolve their legal disputes in a fair and impartial process.
University of Florida Law Center Association, Inc., Board of
Trustees; Chair, 2015-2017
The Best Lawyers in America, 2013-2018
Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent Rated
As a mediator, these are the types of cases
Oscar A. Sanchez has recently handled:
Claim for wages by high ranking sales representative of industrial medical waste and disposal service.
Complex contractual dispute alleging business torts involving multiple parties from multiple states in related cases pending in federal court, state court, and state court of appeal.
Insurance contract dispute involving charges for life saving medical procedures and international parties.
Promissory note dispute between Florida LLC’s with international principals.
Foreclosure of individual condominium unit with unique ownership issues which was part of larger effort to purchase entire condominium project for redevelopment.
Personal injury allegedly resulting from fall on a cruise ship.
Dissolution of real estate brokerage.
Insurance claim for theft of inventory from commercial warehouse.
Personal injury allegedly resulting from improper use of dangerous and hazardous heavy equipment.
First party property casualty claim arising from water damage.
Accountant malpractice claim.
Promissory note dispute arising from investment in commercial real property.
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