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Mitch is interviewed by CBC’s Matt Galloway on mediation of neighbour disputes.

Is paper practical for the law profession? Mitch has something to say about that and digital disruption.

ADR Explainer: What are mediation and arbitration

2021: A look back at noteworthy court decisions and ADR

The Ontario Court of Appeal declines to clarify whether Infectious Disease Emergency Leave (IDEL) count as constructive dismissal.  Now what? Mitch weighs in.

Mitch comments on virtual mediation in this article, originally published by The Lawyer’s Daily, part of LexisNexis Canada Inc.

Mitch makes a case against mediator contingency fees.

Mitch and Marc Bhalla co-author a newsletter article (pg 13) on the topic of baseball arbitration (formally known as “final offer selection”) as one way to address conflict.

In the COVID period, to mediate in person or virtually?  That is the question.  Read what Mitch has to say on that and on what’s safe and practical.

How long should you schedule for a mediation? Mitch answers this question.

Mitch weighs in on breaking impasse with mediator settlement recommendations.

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In the ever-evolving aspects of employment law, there is little legal clarity for employers dealing with pandemic-related layoffs. The only certainty is uncertainty, says Mitch.

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