MEDIATE.CA

BRANNIGAN ADR

 

Online Dispute Resolution

Mediation | Med-Arb | Arbitration

ADR & ODR Training

MEDIATE.CA

BRANNIGAN ADR

Online Dispute Resolution

Mediation

Med-Arb

Arbitration

Mediation, med-arb and arbitration are used in many types of different disputes and all involve the use of a third party neutral.

Mediation

Med-Arb

Arbitration

Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process designed to help you work out solutions in a collabrative way and minimize the possibility of going to court. 

Med-Arb combines the best aspects of mediation and arbitration in an innovative stand-alone process providing a definitive outcome for the parties and is worth considering in almost any type of dispute.

Arbitration is a binding private customized dispute resolution process that results in an enforceable decision (Award) by your choice of decision maker (the Arbitrator) in a more informal and flexible way than going to court.

Online Dispute Resolution involves using technology with the above processes.

We help individuals, businesses and organizations save money, time and important relationships by using mediation, med-arb, arbitration and online dispute resolution to resolve all types of disputes such as:

Condominium

Condominum

Disputes between condo owners, boards, other condos, suppliers, management companies and developers.

Construction

Construction

Disputes between parties in all types of construction disputes such as home renovation, custom home construction, subdivision home disputes, infrastructure and public projects.
Real Estate

Real Estate

Disputes that arise in real estate law such as land use planning, development, construction, purchase and sale and commercial landlord/tenant issues.

General Business

General Business

Disputes in small business, corporate, commercial and partnerships. 

Insurance

Insurance

Disputes involving commercial professional liability insurance and other coverage and subrogation issues.

Employment

Employment

Disputes involving individual employment and wrongful dismissal claims.

We also provide:

Training in Mediation, Med-Arb and Arbitration, and Online Dispute Resolution, Conflict Management Consulting and Systems Design.

Contact

What’s New

Colm will be speaking about Online Dispute Resolution in the “Brand New Techy World – Advanced Options for Your Practice” breakout session at the Family Mediation Canada/Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario’s Conference, Foundations to Mastery, on November 16, 2020. More info at https://www.fdrio.ca/fdrio-conference-2020/

Upcoming ADR Training 

If you are interested in ADR training, or know someone who is, please take a look at these upcoming programs: 

Med-Arb 

Online Med-Arb Foundational Workshop. January 21-21, 2021 https://adric.ca/news/med-arb-foundational-workshop/  

This course is offered through the ADR Institute of Canada and is presented by Colm Brannigan and Richard Moore. 

Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) 

ODR – A Practical Program for PractitionersOctober 5 – 8, 2020 & December 6 – 8, 2020 https://adric.ca/online-dispute-resolution-course/ 

This course is offered through the ADR Institute of Canada and is presented by Colm Brannigan and Marc Bhalla. 

Introduction to Mediation 

Online Foundational Conflict Management & Mediation (40 hours) Monday October 19 – Wednesday October 21, and Tuesday October 27 – Thursday October 29, 2020. Offered by MDR Associates – contact Richard Moore rmoore@mdrassociates.ca  

Advanced Mediation 

Online Advanced and Multi Party Mediation (40 hours)Monday November 23 – Wednesday November 25, and Tuesday December 1 – Thursday December 3, 2020. Offered by MDR Associates – contact Richard Moore rmoore@mdrassociates.ca 

 Colm will be launching his Med-Arb Training online through the ADR Institute of Canada, on  September 16, 17 and 18, 2020.  For further information please contact us or visit the ADRIC Website.

Colm spoke at Osgoode Hall Law School’s Masters in Law in Dispute resolution program on Dispute Analysis and Process Design on June 16, 2020.

Colm spoke about the Med-Arb process in the context of the new ADR Institute of Canada’s Med-Arb Rules at an ADR Institute of Alberta Luncheon Webinar on May 12, 2020.  The presentation is available at https://adralberta.com/Blog/8984729.

Over the past six months, Colm has either presented or been a panel member on webinars on Online Dispute Resolution using the Zoom Video Conferencing Platform for various groups including the ADR Institute of Canada, the ADR Institute of Ontario, the Ontario Bar Association and the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario.

PowerPoints of two of Colm’s presentations are available at https://mediate.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Mediate-ODR-Using-Zoom.pdf and https://mediate.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Mediate-ODR-Using-Zoom-Advanced.pdf

Colm spoke on Med-Arb at the JADE Mediation Practice Group Zoom meeting on June 29, 2020 in Toronto.

Colm discussed the use of  Med-Arb in a Webinar for the UK based Association of Northern Mediators on June 15, 2020.  For further information please visit https://www.northernmediators.co.uk/

Colm and Conor’s Article “Med-Arb: An Innovative Use of ADR to Meet Our Client’s Needs” was published in the Ontario Bar Association’s ADR Section website on February 13, 2020.

Colm was again interviewed about Med-arb in “Canada’s Among the First Countries to Release Guidelines For Combining Mediation and Arbitration” in the Law Times January 22, 2020 issue.  The full interview is available at: https://www.lawtimesnews.com/practice-areas/adr/canada-is-among-the-first-to-countries-to-release-guidelines-for-combining-mediation-and-arbitration/325315 

Colm was part of a panel discussion on “Med/Arb – A Practical Perspective – Insights and feedback from those who’ve tried it” at the inaugural meeting of the ADR Institute of Ontario’s new Med-Arb Special Interest Section in Toronto on January 30, 2020.

Updates

Great to see the expansion of #ODR in Canada.

https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/n-s-launches-canada-s-first-online-dispute-resolution-for-family-law-matters-1.5159089

"The simplification of processes and the use of technology to transform civil justice, instead of simply facilitating existing processes, is the key to addressing issues of cost, delay, and accessibility." http://www.slaw.ca/2020/10/22/thursday-thinkpiece-ontario-civil-justice-reform-in-the-wake-of-covid-19-inspired-or-institutionalized/

I’m presenting “Skills & Strategies for Representing Your Client at Mediation” for Seminar Partners: Tips to make virtual mediation work for your client. Live webinar w. chat Dec. 10 12-1:30 pm EST. 60-day replay. Early bird ends Nov 20: https://seminarpartners.ca/pdf/Brochure_SkillsandStrategiesforMediation_2020.pdf
#adr #odr #lawyers

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Brampton, ON L6W 3W8

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