Since January 1999, as part of the courts Case Management program, Mandatory Mediation (Rule 24.1) has became a permanent feature of the rules of court in Toronto and Ottawa-Carlton, and also the Windsor court in 2003. At some point, mandatory mediation will eventually be a requirement in court for most of the province. Warren Morris is experienced in Mandatory Mediation.
RECOMMENDATION: YOU CAN STILL HOLD MEDIATION EARLY IN THE LITIGATION PROCESS IN ORDER TO SAVE YOUR CLIENT TIME, MONEY AND AGGRAVATION.
Lawyers have confidence in Warren Morris. With extensive experience with the dispute resolution process, civil litigation, contracts and employment law, Warren understands the complex legal issues that arise during mediation.
Warren’s relaxed style assists clients, both individuals and corporations, to feel at ease during mediation sessions, providing an atmosphere conducive to settlement.
Ask about the discounted fees Warren provides for cases under the Simplified Procedure (Rule 76) of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure.
For more information about Mandatory Mediation see the Ministry of the Attorney General’s website.