Mitchell Rose is a Chartered Mediator and Settlement Counsel, and principal of Rose Dispute Resolution as well as Mitchell Rose Law in Toronto. Mitchell’s varied mediation and mediation-arbitration practice includes all civil disputes, such as: employment law, commercial conflicts, neighbour and boundary disputes, as well as other entanglements (insurance matters, personal injury, professional negligence, real estate, estates). Mitchell’s settlement counsel practice area covers employment law, neighbour and boundary disputes, and business conflicts. He is a frequent writer and speaker on a variety of ADR-related topics. He is currently the chair of the ADR Section of the Ontario Bar Association. In 2020, Mitchell was inducted into the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals.
Mitchell Rose is an employment and civil disputes lawyer, mediator, mediator-arbitrator and principal of Mitchell Rose Law and Rose Dispute Resolution in Toronto. Mitch graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1993 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995. He received his mediation-arbitration training from the ADR Institute of Canada (2020), and his mediation training from Harvard Law School (2012) and Stitt Feld Handy-University of Windsor (2004 and 2005).
He regularly mediates employment law, neighbour and boundary disputes, and business conflicts. Mitch also carries on a settlement counsel practice in these areas following his retirement as a civil litigator for over 20 years.
Mitch is a frequent speaker and writer on employment law, dispute resolution, and mediation advocacy topics. In August 2020, Mitch was inducted into the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (CADN). He is also a Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators. He currently serves as the Chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Ontario Bar Association.