The Afternoon Drive
July 15, 5:35 PM
Wally Oppal, Q.C.
Disputes Don’t Have to Be Solved in Court
Many business owners think that going to court is the only way to solve corporate and personal disputes. Tune in to Vancouver lawyer Wally Oppal’s segment on alternative means of dispute resolution available for businesses and individuals. Mediation, arbitration and the future of dispute resolution in British Columbia will be discussed. For more information, check out the resources below or visit Wally’s profile.
Solving Your Disputes out of the Courtroom Part 1 – An Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution
In an interview with Vancouver mediator and arbitrator Wally Oppal, he discusses some common misconceptions about solving disputes. Wally then introduces alternative means of dispute resolution, clarifies in what circumstances can it be used and highlights benefits of solving disputes outside of the courtroom.
Solving Your Disputes out of the Courtroom Part 2 – The Role of Mediation, Arbitration and Apologies
In Part 2 of this series, Vancouver mediator and arbitrator Wally Oppal explains the two main types of alternative dispute resolution, highlights the differences in their processes and discusses the value of an apology.
We asked Vancouver mediator Wally Oppal, Q.C. to provide some background information on the process of mediation and how a mediator can help to advance the resolution of disputes.
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