Consider taking the next Ontario Arbitrator training course to be offered next in Toronto the week of June 17, 2013 and the week of October 28, 2013. This course trains non-labour arbitrators. You will learn how to be an Arbitrator and how to market your services too. Graduates receive an Arbitration Certificate from the ADR Institute of Ontario. This program has also been accredited in Ontario by the Law Society for 3 hours toward the annual Professionalism Requirement for lawyers who take the course.
Canadian lawyer, mediator and arbitrator, Murray H. Miskin, who has over 35 years of civil litigation trial practice experience is providing mediation services in construction, estate, insurance, franchise, banking, personal injury and other civil litigation matters on a regular basis. He also mediates complex condominium disputes applying his experience as a condominium resident and Condominium
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Alternative Dispute Resolution (A.D.R.) can save time and money in resolving disputes in a better way. Mediation gives a “win win” compromise result acceptable to all sides in a dispute. Arbitration like court has winners and losers in the end. Arbitration can proceed faster than court using a private (and confidential) process which the parties to a dispute can design to suit their situation. We provide both Mediation and Arbitration services
Family Law disputes are moving from the courts to private resolution. Family law mediation has been popular for many years and is very effective but not always. The trend is towards arbitration instead of court in family law and now it is often integrated with mediation in a Med/Arb process. This is a
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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
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.
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.