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When free speech goes too far: Huberman

Freedom of speech is not absolute and the courts are likely to back the government’s decision to stop delivering a controversial Toronto publication, says Toronto ... Read more

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Historical value of LSUC name should be recognized

There is no logical or historical basis for changing the name of the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) — and doing so could actually lead the public to confuse the ... Read more

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Rose to speak at OBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Program

Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose will share his insights on recent developments in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes at an upcoming ... Read more

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Changes reflect an early mediation trend

By Mitchell Rose On May 1, 2017, there was a significant change to paragraph 57 of the  Consolidated Practice Direction for Civil Actions, Applications, Motions and ... Read more

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How to find the right arbitrator

Choosing the right arbitrator is one of the most critical decisions a party can make during alternative dispute resolution, says Toronto litigator and commercial ... Read more

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Irrelevant factors and other concerning trends in notice period cases

Toronto employment mediator and arbitrator Barry B. Fisher is noticing some troubling trends in wrongful dismissal cases, he tells AdvocateDaily.com . Fisher, who created ... Read more

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Neighbour disputes perfect for mediation

Courts are not the best place to settle   disputes between neighbours, says Toronto mediator and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose . Rose, a partner with Stancer Gossin ... Read more

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Signed, sealed, delivered, job’s yours

By Mitchell Rose “Like a fool I went and wrote it wrong, Now I’m wondering if the offer’s strong…” With due respect to Stevie Wonder, ... Read more

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Case conferences can lead to settlements under LAT system

Although recent changes to auto accident insurance benefits have eliminated the use of mandatory mediation, Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator  Marvin Huberman ... Read more

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Fisher's Wrongful Dismissal Database quantifies case law

The question of determining reasonable notice in wrongful dismissal cases is often quite subjective, but an online database created and maintained by Toronto employment mediator ... Read more

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Adjusting parenting arrangements after a move

Custody disputes arising after one parent moves away can be some of the most “intractable” conflicts often leading to arbitration or litigation, says Oakville ... Read more

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Clear procedural order key to achieving arbitration objectives

Arbitration can serve as an effective alternative to timely and costly litigation, but employing case management before, during and at the conclusion of the process is key, ... Read more

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Karimjee to share mediation practice insights at OBA event

Toronto employment lawyer  Kumail Karimjee will share his insights and strategies on how to break into the mediation field and build a thriving practice at the upcoming ... Read more

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Think arbitration for commercial disputes: Rose

Many lawyers are too quick to default to the traditional court system when it comes to resolving clients’ disputes, Toronto settlement counsel and mediator  Mitchell ... Read more

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Litigation and settlement counsel a perfect pairing

Outsourcing settlement discussions to a dedicated lawyer can help litigators who feel talking resolution is a sign of weakness, says Toronto settlement counsel Mitchell Rose . ... Read more

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Fisher takes practical approach to employment mediations

When Toronto employment mediator and arbitrator Barry Fisher began his career, his practice area was an emerging field. “When I started, it was still called ... Read more

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No room for adversarial antics in ADR

There's a growing trend to include dispute resolution clauses in commercial contracts to avoid costly court battles to settle disputes, says Toronto litigator and commercial ... Read more

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Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to suck

By Jennifer Samara Shuber February. Valentine’s Day is around the corner. As is Family Day. For those who are separated or divorced, these two occasions ... Read more

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Why living common-law is not the same as being married

It’s a familiar misconception that living together as common-law is the same as being married, but that’s not the case — particularly when dealing with ... Read more

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Problem-solver Rose finds his calling in mediation

Solving problems is a passion for Toronto lawyer and mediator Mitchell Rose . With an avid interest in clinical psychology dating back to his undergraduate days, Rose ... Read more

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