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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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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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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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Hot real estate market adding pressure to splitting spouses

The hot real estate market the Greater Toronto Area and other parts of the country is adding a new layer of stress for separating spouses, says Oakville family lawyer and ... Read more

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Rose shares his settlement secrets

Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose  has been sharing the secrets of his success in various places over the past month. In a piece for ADR ... Read more

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Rose to co-chair 'Successful Settlements 2017' program

Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose , partner with  Stancer, Gossin, Rose LLP , will return, with civil litigator Paul Neil Feldman, to ... Read more

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Sue your way to settlement

By Mitchell Rose Even  settlement counsel  like me, who encourage early resolution and discourage litigation, sometimes must “sue for ... 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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The position of executor: from cradle to grave – Part II

By Avi Dahary Fact gathering In part one of this series, I provided an introduction to the position of estate executor, including basic principles to follow and ... Read more

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Getting past impasse with mediator settlement recommendations

By Mitchell Rose Getting past impasse: Reaching the end of a mediation session and learning that you and the other side are far apart in your settlement position can be ... Read more

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Revisiting 2016 'goal-utions' useful for mediators

New Year’s resolutions are made to be revisited, even if they are not technically “resolutions,” says Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel  ... Read more

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Margaret Waddell moves practice to Phillips Gill LLP

Toronto class-action lawyer  Margaret Waddell  has moved her practice to  Phillips Gill LLP  where she is focusing on plaintiff-side class actions, as well as ... Read more

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Joint session: a tale of two mediations

By Bernard Morrow In this my last post of 2016, I share a tale of two wrongful dismissal mediations conducted weeks apart. While both ended in settlement, the road to ... Read more

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Managing mental illness in family law mediation

When Oakville family mediator  Cathryn Paul  screens clients before a mediation, some may reveal their struggles with mental illness for the very first time. ... Read more

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The position of executor: from cradle to grave

By Avi Dahary Part I – An introduction to the position This is the first of a 10-part series in which the position of estate executor is explored from the time an ... Read more

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Rose to co-chair OBA Institute ADR program

On Feb. 8, Toronto mediator, lawyer and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose  will co-chair the alternative dispute resolution program at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute ... Read more

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More changes to AODA – are you truly open for business?

By Mitchell Rose A new year often means new laws. Are you truly open for business? For employers, the start of a new year in this decade has been synonymous with a ... Read more

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What happens to pets in divorce?

The question of who gets the family pet after a separation is one that often arises in mediation — particularly since the courts refuse to handle “custody” ... Read more

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