Laurie L. Riemer, EsquireMediation Offices of Laurie L. Riemer, Esq.
20155 NE 38TH Court
Aventura, FL 33180
Qualified as Assistant Trainer for Circuit Civil and Family Mediation Training Programs;
Chair, Mediation Committee of Dade County Bar Association (1999-2001); selected by CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution to serve on their Panel of Distinguished Neutrals.
Types of Cases Mediated
- Divorce (all issues)
- Family (other)
- General Mediation
- Health Care
- Personal Injury
- Professional Fees
- Professional Malpractice
- Real Estate
- Religious / Church
BackgroundFrom 1990 through the present mediated and arbitrated over 4,000 cases with extensive experience in complex litigation and multiparty cases. Laurie also has an AV Rating in Martindale-Hubbell.
Laurie Riemer was appointed as a Special Master in Shareholders derivative suit and has served as an umpire in insurance coverage disputes and also in several blasting/mining cases. She served as an arbitrator in a class action suit involving 2000 plaintiffs and also in employment and condominium disputes. She serves as a U.S. District Court Class Action Neutral for The Collins Center for Public Policy. She was selected by the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution to serve on their Panel of Distinguished Neutrals and also by the United States Postal Services as a mediator in their REDRESS program. She served as a moderator for a Women's Forum of The Young Presidents' Organization.
Laurie was appointed in 1999-2001 as Chair-person of the Mediation Committee of the Dade County Bar Association. In 1993-2001 she served on the Florida Supreme Court Committee on Mediation and Arbitration Training. From 1982-1990, she did civil litigation and real estate transactional work. From 1981-82, she interned for the Honorable Judge William M. Hoeveler, United States District Court of the Southern District of Florida. She attended Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Negotiation and Advanced Negotiation, 1995; Honor Studies 1974.
Laurie Riemer has a second Mediation office, located at 217 East Hallandale Beach Blvd., Hallandale, FL 33008.
Education/Training1979 B.A., Sophie Newcomb College of Tulane University, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Tulane Scholar;
1977-78 University of Bristol, Bristol, England (Junior Year Abroad);
1982 J.D., University of Miami School of Law, Law Review and Wig and Robe;
Advanced Training at the Harvard Law School Negotiation Project, the Collins Center for Public Policy, completed Florida Supreme Court Certified Arbitration Training and The United States Postal Service REDRESS Program.