Arbitration & Mediation

Many legal disputes are not resolved through formal litigation at court; most are resolved through some kind of alternative dispute resolution process such as arbitration or mediation. Employment and labour disputes may be required to go through arbitration or mediation because of a collective agreement or legislation. Our lawyers at Taylor McCaffrey LLP are well versed in arbitration and mediation in Manitoba and across Canada which can help you in any type of alternative dispute resolution, as counsel or the neutral third party.

In Arbitration an arbitrator is chosen and makes a decision after a hearing which is final and binding.

In a mediation, the third party uses creativity, persuasion and logic to try and help the parties themselves come to a settlement.


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