If you are considering mediating a property or commercial dispute and are concerned about not reaching a resolution, here are some tips. Mediation can be combined with arbitration. When it is, its is called ‘Med/Arb’. It’s a hybrid. The first step is to sign a mediation agreement and name a mediator. However, your agreement will […]


If you are involved in a property, or commercial conflict, you may want to consider arbitration rather than litigation. Here are some quick pointers. In the GTA, lawsuits are taking from five to seven years to reach trial. These delays directly result from government under funding and a shortage of judges. Arbitration can move quickly […]