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Look to arbitration, case management to address civil trial delays

In Ontario, the availability of dates for civil trials of any complexity is in a crisis state — but as Toronto lawyer and arbitrator  Earl Cherniak writes in The Lawyer’s Daily , there are two possible ways to address this problem. 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 program, presented by the Ontario Bar Association. Read more

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Mediation favoured for resolving personal injury claims

Without contingency fees, people would not otherwise be able to afford a lawyer, says Toronto mediator Victoria Romero .  Read more

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Mediation often best option for resolving neighbour disputes

From a time, cost and client satisfaction perspective, there is no better place to resolve disputes between neighbours than mediation, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose writes in The Lawyer’s Daily . Read more

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New resource published for commercial arbitrators

Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator  Marvin Huberman  says his new book should appeal to a wide range of lawyers in the field of commercial arbitration. Read more

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Probation secrets revealed

By Mitchell Rose For employees beginning a new role, it’s often assumed that there’s a cloud of uncertainty hovering over the earliest days of employment: “What if it doesn’t work out?” “What happens if you don’t pass probation?” Read more

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Rose to present keynote at OBA 2017 ADR Award of Excellence event

On Oct. 25, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose , partner with  Stancer, Gossin, Rose LLP , will be a keynote speaker at the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) 2017 Award of Excellence for Alternative Dispute Resolution. Read more

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Mediation brief, timing critical in personal injury cases

As personal injury actions are typically started years after the date of loss, mutually agreeing to a timetable early on — including scheduling and booking a mediation date — can ensure “older” cases proceed as expeditiously as possible, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose writes in The Lawyer’s Daily . Read more

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Strategies maximize chance of settlement in wrongful dismissal cases

When it comes to wrongful dismissals — the most common of non-unionized workplace disputes — there are a number of approaches that may better maximize settlement prospects at mediation, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose writes in The Lawyer’s Daily . Read more

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Huberman set to launch new book on commercial arbitration

Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator  Marvin Huberman  hopes next month’s launch of his new book will help people re-think arbitration. Read more

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Flexibility key to successful mediation: Romero

While there are different types of mediation, Toronto mediator Victoria Romero says adaptability is key to ensuring clients get the best service. Read more

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So, why should I settle?

By Mitchell Rose So, why should I settle my legal dispute? Here are six reasons: Read more

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Embracing diversity the cornerstone of Romero’s practice

Toronto mediator Victoria Romero first began settling disputes in high school as part of a peer conflict-resolution program. She’s never looked back. Read more

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Healthy dose of realism useful in mediation process

By remaining optimistic about the process while reminding parties to be realistic about their positions, mediators are in an ideal position to help resolve civil disputes, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel  Mitchell Rose writes in ADR Update , published by the ADR Institute of Ontario. Read more

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Lack of consistency in wrongful dismissal decisions

Inconsistency in how wrongful dismissal is dealt with by the courts is a clear indication that reform is needed, Toronto employment mediator and arbitrator Barry B. Fisher tells AdvocateDaily.com . Read more

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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 litigator and commercial arbitrator  Marvin Huberman . 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 regulator with other legal organizations in the province, Toronto lawyer and arbitrator  Earl Cherniak tells Law Times .  Read National Post 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 program, presented by the Ontario Bar Association. 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 Procedural Matters in the Toronto Region.  For all Toronto civil actions subject to mandatory mediation under Rule 24.1, court staff now require a new form of  certificate  to be filed in order to set an action down for trial.  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 arbitrator  Marvin Huberman . Read more

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