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, family businesses 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 primarily or solely)
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, was on the Board of Directors of the ADR Institute of Ontario (2016 – 2018) 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 the court is not the best place for neighbour disputes:
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 wrongful dismissal mediation:
Click below to read for the Secret to Settling Legal Disputes:
Click below to read Mitch’s tips to maximize the chances of reaching a settlement at mediation:
Law is a helping profession. Lawyers need to help people, because the world needs repair, but they must mind their Achilles Heel! After all, they’re only human. Click below to read Mitch’s article in Just.
Click below to read Mitch’s article about getting past impasse with mediator settlement recommendations: