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Gossin to co-chair OBA program on neuroscience in ADR

Toronto mediator Eric Gossin will co-chair a panel on neuroscience in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) at an upcoming program, presented by the Ontario Bar Association. ... Read more

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The kids are alright*

By Bernard Morrow End of year. Time to reflect and take stock. Time to recharge and reset.   What single work-related event or experience stood out for you in 2017? A ... Read more

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Ten tips for resolving conflict in 2018

Communication is key to resolving conflict and should be at the top of everyone’s New Year’s resolutions,   Toronto mediator Victoria Romero  tells ... Read more

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Civil route gives complainants more control: Fisher

TORONTO — Four actresses who allege they were sexually assaulted and harassed by Soulpepper Theatre founding artistic director Albert Schultz say they were motivated to ... Read more

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Addressing emotions key to successful employment mediations

All parties to an employment law mediation need to address the emotional nature of the dispute before they can hope to reach a settlement, Toronto mediator and settlement ... Read more

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‘Weinstein effect’ behind uptick in sexual misconduct complaints

When sexual abuse allegations directed at Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein first came to light in October — leading to a tsunami of complaints against powerful men ... Read more

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How to build a mediation practice

Toronto mediator  Bernard Morrow  says practitioners making a start in the profession face a tough task to distinguish themselves in a crowded marketplace. Morrow, ... Read more

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New year, new AODA rules — is your business accessible?

By Mitchell Rose January 1 ,  2018 brings a brand new set of requirements for the  Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005  (AODA). If you ... Read more

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Mediation offers a holistic, humane way to settle disputes: Romero

The costs of litigation can run high, and often extend beyond financial expenses to intense emotional and psychological strain, particularly in cases involving family ... Read more

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Major changes to Ontario employment law – are you ready?

By Mitchell Rose Last summer, many Ontario employers took a collective gasp (while many employees cheered) when the government announced that minimum wage would be increasing ... Read more

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The spouse’s role in employment mediation

The best place for a plaintiff’s spouse during employment mediation is at their partner’s side, Toronto employment mediator and arbitrator Barry B. Fisher tells ... Read more

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Pattern of co-operation key for divorcing parents

Respect, co-operation and a children-first attitude are the essential components of a successful divorce, says Toronto family lawyer and mediator Patrick J. Aulis. None of ... Read more

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Opportunity to ‘tell story’ in mediation paves the way to settlement

Over more than 30 years of practice, Toronto litigator and mediator Howard Winkler has always taken a problem-solving approach to his clients’ needs. “When they ... Read more

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Trio of mentors helps mediator find her voice

Toronto mediator Victoria Romero credits a trio of experienced mentors with helping her gather the tools to become an effective mediator. Frank Gomberg, Jay Rudolph and ... Read more

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Rudner: a mediator who engages both sides for a resolution

As an experienced mediator, Toronto-area employment lawyer Stuart Rudner  believes in working strategically to find a solution that benefits both sides. “I can ... Read more

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Reform or replace Commercial Mediation Act: Rose

It may be time to reform or replace Ontario’s  Commercial Mediation Act, 2010  (CMA), Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose  writes in ... Read more

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Mediator regulation needed in future

Toronto mediator  Bernard Morrow says the booming mediation profession will likely need regulation at some point in the future. The field of alternative dispute ... Read more

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Uncertainty persists around enforcement of termination clauses

While more is known now about termination clauses than a year ago, 12 months is a lifetime in employment law — as such, employers and employees need to make peace with ... Read more

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Children first: why mediation trumps litigation

Mediation can often be a better and cheaper solution than court, allowing couples to achieve a more harmonious split, says Toronto family lawyer and mediator Patrick J. Aulis . ... 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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