Canadian Lawyer InHouse

June/July 2020

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Page 24 of 35 23 15TH ANNUAL Canadian Lawyer InHouse General Counsel Roundtable Read it and watch video coverage online in September 2020 at For more information contact InHouse Roundtable moderator, Lucy Saddleton at This year, a panel of GCs from varied industries will virtually gather to discuss critical issues surrounding risk management and the ways in which legal departments are adapting to handle increased risk during the COVID-19 crisis. COMING IN SEPTEMBER 2020 sponsored by: CLIH Sponsored GC RT - Torkin Manes.indd 1 5/11/2020 5:25:04 PM actions, municipal, police and government liability, sports and entertainment, corporate and commercial, health care, insurance, personal injury, real estate and construction, wills and estates and workplace disputes. Ottawa Dispute Resolution Group Inc. Ottawa Ottawa Dispute Resolution Group Inc. was founded in 2004 by James Chadwick, former Superior Court regional senior justice for the east region, and two long-time colleagues of the Ottawa Civil Bar, Brian Parnega and Walter Langley. They were joined in 2014 by Albert Roy, former Superior Court justice for the East Region, who for 20 years presided over a wide variety of cases in both official languages. Together, the firm offers extensive judicial and civil litigation counsel experience in mediation, arbitration, settlement conferences and private trials, and individually, the members of ODRG work with all parties to resolve complex civil matters. Taylor & Martyn Mediators Toronto Since 2001, Taylor & Martyn Mediators has been providing mediation and negotiating services, conflict system designs and in-house training for negotiation, mediation and conflict resolution skills. The firm's three dispute resolution experts — Pamela Taylor, Barbara Martyn and Albert Suissa — meditate short-term and long-term disability, creditor, life and personal injury litigated claims as well as employment claims.

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