Mediation
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Mediation can help couples narrow disputed issues

When breaking up gets too hard to do in court, divorcing couples are increasingly taking a time out from litigation to settle some or all of their issues in mediation, says ... Read more

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Mediation often best route for resolving workplace disputes

Proactive conflict management   is an efficient and effective method for resolving disputes within the workplace, says Toronto arbitrator and mediator Victoria Romero . ... Read more

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Law has last say in what happens to your body when you die

Choosing what happens to your body after you die comes with limitations governed by the law, Toronto-area estates litigator and mediator  Charles B. Ticker  tells  ... Read more

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The role of interpersonal dynamics in family, estate mediations

Fundamental issues occurring in both family and estates law cases often come down to problems or conflicts between family members, Toronto lawyer and mediator  Eric Gossin ... Read more

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Identifying an unsuitable case for mediation

It’s important to be able to recognize when a case is unsuitable for mediation, Toronto family lawyer  Herschel Fogelman  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . ... Read more

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Settlement is Khan's number one priority

Oakville family lawyer and mediator Robina Khan says whichever professional hat she's wearing, her primary aim is to help families find a peaceful path through separation, ... Read more

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Non-legal considerations loom large in employment mediations

Non-legal concerns often figure prominently in employment mediations, and each party's issues tend to be different, Toronto employment law mediators Barry B. Fisher ... Read more

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Settlement not the sole indicator of a successful mediation

Cooling-off periods and interim agreements can help parties consolidate gains made in mediation, even if the session did not result in a settlement, Toronto mediator  Bernard ... Read more

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Provinces must follow feds’ lead with Divorce Act changes: Tremain

Proposed changes to the federal Divorce Act have strong support in the family law bar, but there are potential problems if changes don’t follow at the provincial level, ... Read more

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Guidance for enlisting third-party experts in family cases

Routinely relying on third-party experts in family law cases can get expensive and is not always necessary, says Toronto family lawyer and mediator  Kelly D. Jordan .  ... Read more

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Certainty of settlement is mediator's superpower

A mediator’s superpower is the certainty provided to participants when they negotiate a settlement, Toronto mediator and employment lawyer  Peter Israel ... Read more

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Rose creates CPD program to address mediation advocacy

Inspired by his passion for writing and speaking on the topic of mediation advocacy, Toronto mediator and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose has created an innovative and ... Read more

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New centre dealing with cannabis-related disputes

The recently launched Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centre  is an "excellent way" to confidentially resolve disputes involving cannabis without attracting the ... Read more

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Internal war at Court of Appeal breeds termination clause uncertainty

Two warring interpretive approaches to employment contracts are driving an inconsistency in the treatment of termination clauses by the Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA), Toronto ... Read more

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Skilled mediators help couples move beyond emotional baggage

Using a mediator to settle divorce issues is often the best way to achieve a positive result for all involved, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Kelly D. Jordan tells ... Read more

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Arbitration helps level the playing field: Romero

Using arbitration to resolve disputes — whether among individuals or nations — is an important way to ensure issues are handled efficiently, fairly and quickly, says ... Read more

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Benefits to hiring an out-of-town mediator: Rose

Toronto mediator and settlement counsel Mitchell Rose regularly travels throughout Southern Ontario to provide cost-effective mediation services, and says there are advantages ... Read more

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Alternatives to family law litigation: Mediation

In the first instalment of a two-part series on litigation alternatives, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Herschel Fogelman discusses mediation. Parties who take a ... Read more

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Tailor ADR clauses to match needs of parties to commercial contracts

In the final instalment of  a two-part  series on ADR trends, Toronto lawyer and mediator Eric Gossin offers guidance on how to craft effective ADR ... Read more

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Family-run companies can be crippled by old conflicts

Personal histories add layers to legal disputes in family-run businesses, Toronto mediator  Bernard Morrow  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . The Globe and Mail ... Read more

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