For available mediation dates and rates please click here or email or call 416-224-1996, ext. 205.
Mitchell Rose solves legal problems – including employment, business and neighbour disputes. He has practiced law in Toronto for over twenty years – and has been a mediator for more than decade.
Mitch’s expertise and passion is delivering effective and practical solutions for people in conflict. He provides legal, mediation and Settlement Counsel services, throughout Ontario, for a wide range of civil disputes including:
- employment law (including wrongful dismissal, human rights, harassment and other workplace issues)
- neighbour and boundary disputes
- business disputes (including shareholder remedies and partnership issues)
- construction law
- corporate-commercial disputes
- debt and mortgage enforcement
- estate litigation
- insurance matters
- personal injury*, including slips and falls, assault and product liability
- professional negligence*
- real estate transaction disputes
- commercial tenancies
(* denotes mediation services only)
Mitch is also dedicated to excellent client service — including promptly returning calls and emails, listening to a client’s needs and demystifying the legal process by explaining complex matters in plain language.
Mitch is actively involved in the mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution communities: he holds a Chartered Mediator designation from the ADR Institute of Canada, is on the Board of Directors of the ADR Institute of Ontario and is a member of the ADR Section Executive of the Ontario Bar Association. Mitch is also a Fellow of both the International Academy of Mediators and the Institution of Dispute Resolution Practitioners.
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Assistant (non-mediation matters): Rachel Kida, ext 223,
Assistant (mediations): Laurie Sta. Ana, ext. 205,
For Mitch’s full CV, please click here.
For settlement counsel and other legal services, please email Mitch directly at .
Listen to Mitchell Rose being interviewed by CBC’s Matt Galloway on mediation of neighbour disputes (click below):
Mitch was featured in the Toronto Star with respect to the legal profession embracing the digital age (click below):
Click below to read Mitch’s article on recent developments in the law concerning employment contracts:
Click below to learn why Mitch believes that employers should seek legal advice before making any changes to employment terms, including in response to minimum wage increases:
Read about how, in Mitch’s view, arbitration is underused to resolve commercial disputes (by clicking below):
Click below to read about Mitch’s tips for a successful real estate mediation: