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George F. Knox
Knox Mediation
856 SW Grand Reserve Boulevard
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Tel: (305) 467-6394
Fax: (305) 467-6394

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Calendar Last Updated: 7 Oct 18


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ADR Services:
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FL Certification Qualifications:
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Serving the following Judicial Circuits:
11, 15, 17, 19

[ Click for Map of Florida's Civil Circuits ]

George F. Knox has experience in settling the following types of case:
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Biographical Notes:
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As a respected attorney, business and community leader, George F. Knox was instrumental in shaping South Florida’s diverse economic landscape. Both behind-the-scenes and "on-the-record," Mr. Knox has helped establish many of Miami’s signature enterprises. He terminated his active legal practice in 2010, after 37 years. He is now an ADR practitioner, public speaker and lecturer.

Mr. Knox served as a Visiting Faculty Member at the Florida International University College of Law between 2010 and December, 2014, teaching courses in Negotiation and Mediation. He was a member of the faculty at the University Of Arkansas School Of Law. He has also lectured at the University Of Miami School Of Law, as well as its School of Business Administration; Nova University Law School, and Florida International University College of Urban and Public Affairs.

 Mr. Knox was named one of Miami’s 100 Most Powerful People. He has been designated a Legal Legend by the 11th Judicial Circuit Historical Society. In April, 2015, Knox received the William M. Hoeveler Ethics and Public Service Award.

Mr. Knox maintains a private Mediation practice that features mindful reflection and relationship-building negotiation techniques. The aim is to foster the development of a peaceful culture that facilitates legal problem solving without resort to litigation. These techniques are most effective in matters where disputes involve policy or ideological differences, or intense emotional dynamics, or where race, ethnicity or culture may be factors affecting resolution.

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Mr. Knox received his Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University in 1966, majoring in Zoology, and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami School of Law in 1973.

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Memberships & Affiliations :
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Active in The Florida Bar, George Knox has served on The Florida Bar Standing Committee on Professionalism and he is a member of the Board of Directors of The Florida Bar Foundation.


Rates: $430.00/hour, divisible between parties. A $400.00 retainer may required, payable prior to the date of the mediation conference, unless waived. THE MEDIATOR HAS NO FACILITY TO HOST MEDIATION CONFERENCES. THE PARTIES ARE EXPECTED TO AGREE UPON A LOCATION AND INFORM THE MEDIATOR.
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Payment: Each party's attorney, if any, shall be responsible for timely delivery of each party's fees. The full amount of fees is due upon receipt of invoice (for mediation, usually at the end of each mediation conference) unless other arrangements are made ahead of time.
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Cancellation Policy: No fee for cancellation, up to 24 hours before scheduled time
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