New “Q Arb” Designation from ADR Institute for Qualified Arbitrators

<img src=”https://d5nxst8fruw4z.cloudfront.net/atrk.gif?account=vBCDf1a8Md00Wx” style=”display:none” height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”” /> The ADR Institute of Canada has obtained national trade mark protection for the new designation “Q. Arb” to recognize qualified arbitrators. In French it is “Arb. B” for Arbitre Brevete/Arbitre Brevetee.  This will allow persons who are institute members to note their recognized qualification on business cards, stationery,
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Welcome to ADR Works Canada

Welcome to ADR Works. We encourage creative solutions to conflict and work with lawyers and parties to quickly and efficiently resolve disputes using Mediation and Arbitration. This website features the ADR services and training courses provided by Murray H. Miskin

ADR Choices

This is a reprint of a presentation Murray H Miskin gave to an Ontario Bar Association programme on Alternative Dispute Resolution. It continues to be a clear common sense explanation of the various processes of ADR and what cases are best for Arbitration.

Canadian ADR Pioneer Claude Thomson

With great sadness we learned of the passing on November 24, 2010 of Claude R. Thomson, age 77, who was a pioneer in Alternative Dispute Resolution.  Claude was President of the Canadian Bar Association 1984-85 and also served as President of the International Bar Association from 1993 to 1994. In 1985 he was awarded the
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Ontario Condominium Mediation and Arbitration

In Ontario condominium disputes there is mandatory mediation and when it fails the next step is mandatory arbitration. In this article reprinted from The Lawyers Weekly, Murray Miskin discusses the costs of proceedings and encourages parties to do their best to settle at mediation.

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