Co-founder of Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centremarvin@cannabisdispute.ca
Marvin is a leading practitioner in the field of alternative dispute resolution. He is a lawyer, mediator, arbitrator, former administrative law judge and adjunct law professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. His experience as a dispute resolution professional across several decades has covered disputes that involve contracts, labour, drug and alcohol testing, securities, insurance and transportation law.
He holds a Master of Laws Degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School and has been accredited with the designation Chartered Arbitrator (C. Arb) by the ADR Institute of Canada. Marvin has recently been appointed to serve as the President of the ADR Institute of Ontario.
Co-founder of Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centrejonathan@cannabisdispute.ca
Jonathan is a lawyer, mediator and dispute resolution specialist for the leading Canadian banking and municipal ombudsman offices. He is currently an adjunct law professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law where he teaches courses on Negotiation and Mediation.
His experience as a dispute resolution practitioner includes resolution of disputes in the fields of real estate, contracts, insurance, labour and within condominiums. Jonathan has been accredited with the designation Qualified Mediator (Q. Med) by the ADR Institute of Canada.
Dispute Resolution Specialist - Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centrestephen@cannabisdispute.ca
Stephen is an alternative dispute resolution practitioner with over 30 years of experience in the fields of real estate and property management. He holds the RCM designation from the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario; a general license with the Condominium Regulatory Authority of Ontario, and is a licensed Ontario realtor with residential and commercial transactional experience.
Stephen completed the University of Waterloo’s Conflict Management and Mediation Certificate Program. His training enabled a successful practice resolving disputes as a property manager through the use of transformative mediation, which allows the relationship between parties in conflict to be revamped and improved. Also, his acquisition of facilitation skills allows Stephen to confidently lead productive discussions among disputants and to work with them towards resolution of their conflict. Stephen gives back to his community as a volunteer mediator with Community Conflict Resolution Services of Halton and as a facilitator with Lighthouse for Grieving Children in Oakville.