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Everyone can look at my availability to find the best time for your mediation session or arbitration hearing. Remember that sessions are available on a first come, first served basis, so it is best to have at least two options ready for the next step.
After everyone agrees to a time, one party, typically the Plaintiff, should use the calendars below to reserve the time. Use the half-day calendar for sessions up to four hours and the full-day calendar for anything longer than that.
Once your appointment is reserved, our office will prepare and file the appropriate notices and send you necessary documents and information about your upcoming Alternative Dispute Resolution session.
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Attorney Gary M. Singer founded the Law Firm of Gary M. Singer, P.A., in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 2005, after working for another Fort Lauderdale law firm. Nationally recognized among the top lawyers, Mr. Singer provides unmatched counsel and support to clients throughout Florida and beyond with legal needs involving real estate and commercial disputes. He also owns Gibraltar Title, Inc. and devotes his efforts to transactions and litigation. More recently, he has brought this experience to his increasing efforts as an expert witness, mediator, and arbitrator.
Board certified in real estate law by The Florida Bar, Mr. Singer has decades of experience providing the highest level of representation to those dealing with complex legal challenges affecting their property, livelihood, and future. A leader in his field, he is a nationally syndicated columnist with a regular weekly feature in the Sun Sentinel Newspaper and other publications throughout the country. He also serves on the adjunct legal faculty at Nova Southeastern University. Mr. Singer is a frequent CLE lecturer and expert witness in areas of his expertise. He is Florida Supreme Court certified as a Circuit Civil Mediator and Qualified Arbitrator and arbitrates for FINRA.
Mr. Singer has served as chair of the Broward County Bar Association’s Real Property Section for more than a decade and is an elected member of its Board of Directors. He is also a council member of the Gerson Lehrman Group and past president, and an active member of the Broward Attorneys Real Estate Council.
In honor of his outstanding professionalism and service, Mr. Singer has earned a Legal Elite designation from Florida Trend Magazine, has been recognized as a Super Lawyer every year since 2011, and has received consistent recognition from his peers. He also received The Florida Bar’s Award of Excellence for his contributions to the Board Certification program. Mr. Singer serves on the Board of Governors for the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University.
A 1998 graduate of Nova Southeastern University with degrees in political science and legal studies, Mr. Singer obtained his Juris Doctor cum laude from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center in 2001. A Goodwin Scholar in law school, he served as editor of ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law and editor of Broadly Speaking, the school’s newspaper. He was also a Justice of the Honor Court.
Mr. Singer is available to mediate and arbitrate by Zoom or at his office located a block from the downtown Fort Lauderdale Courthouse. The facility features complimentary parking, multiple conference rooms, and beverage service and is ideally suited to mediation and arbitrations.
Mr. Singer commonly mediates and arbitrates in most areas of civil law, including real estate, insurance, property damage, community association, breach of contract, consumer law, foreclosure, landlord/tenant, malpractice, and personal injury.
Admitted to Practice Law in all State, Federal, and Bankruptcy Courts in Florida.
Mercantil Bank, N.A. v. Pazmino, 262 So. 3d 826 (Fla. 4th DCA 2019).
Beltway Capital, LLC v. Greens COA, Inc., 153 So. 3d 330 (Fla. 5th DCA 2014).