Bernard Morrow is the principal of Morrow Mediation, a Toronto area based full service alternative dispute resolution (ADR) firm that is focused on delivering timely, fair and balanced mediation and arbitration services and responsive consulting solutions at a sensible price. Bernard has been successfully providing dispute resolution services since 1994.
In addition to conducting his ADR practice, Bernard was appointed the Complaints Resolution Commissioner for the Law Society of Upper Canada for a two-year term commencing April 1, 2014. He was re-appointed for a second two-year term commencing April 1, 2016. The Commissioner performs an ombuds role, independently reviewing complaints against lawyers and paralegals that have been closed by the Law Society to ensure they were handled appropriately and the results were reasonable. The Commissioner’s role is a part-time commitment and a perfect complement to Bernard’s ongoing private dispute resolution practice.
How Does Your Mediator Add Value?(09/29/17)
Most of us don’t go to the symphony to watch the conductor or to a sporting event to see the referees in action, but imagine the chaos without their participation.
Power Imbalance: The Challenge of Leveling the Playing Field(08/12/16)
As a mediator, I am often faced with imbalances caused by a variety of factors: relationship dynamics between the disputing parties, a lawyer having more experience, expertise or knowledge than opposing counsel, or a party being better prepared or more knowledgeable about the facts of the case than another.