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Rand Hoch, Esq.
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Rand Hoch, a graduate of Georgetown University and Stetson University College of Law, was certified as a Circuit Court Civil Mediator in 1991. His extensive training in dispute resolution includes both the Creating Value in Deals and Dispute Program on Negotiation (2002) and the Program on Mediation (2006) at Harvard Law School.

Relying on his training and a tenacity earned over decades of practicing personal injury, workers’ compensation, employment, pension and real estate law, Rand has resolved more than 5,000 disputes through arbitration, mediation and negotiation.
As a result, he has developed a well-deserved reputation for bringing ingenuity to the process – and getting results.

Having served as a Judge of Compensation Claims, Rand is particularly suited to assist in resolving workers' compensation claims.

Licensed as a real estate broker since 1982, Rand conducts private foreclosure mediation and is on the rosters of residential foreclosure mediators for AAA, The Collins Center and the Palm Beach County Bar Association.

Throughout his career, Rand been a frequent lecturer on alternative dispute resolution. He has served on the National Board of Accredited Mediators of the American Mediation Association and on the Board of Directors of the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators.

“AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Rand is a member of The Florida Bar and the District of Columbia Bar Association.  He is also  admitted to practice in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida and US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.