News developments for Mitchell Rose, Rose Dispute Resolution and/or Mitchell Rose Law Settlement Counsel.

Listen to Mitchell being interviewed by CBC’s Matt Galloway on mediation of neighbour disputes.

Mitchell was featured in the Toronto Star with respect to the legal profession embracing the digital age.

Mitchell revisits an old 2013 satirical article “How to Sabotage a Mediation”:  “How to Sabotage a Virtual Mediation: Another impractical guide for lawyers… Coffee Unlimited v. Dry Keyboards Inc. virtual mediation by Zoom

In-person mediation. Virtual mediation. Hybrid mediation. Huh? What is a “Hybrid mediation”? Mitchell explains.

Mitchell weighs in on Ontario employment contracts and termination clauses in light of Waksdale decision.

Mitchell discusses online dispute resolution (ODR) in this article, originally published by The Lawyer’s Daily , part of LexisNexis Canada Inc.

Pssst…  Mitchell’s secrets to settling legal disputes.

Mitchell 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? Mitchell answers this question.

Read Mitch’s article about getting past impasse with mediator settlement recommendations.


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