Twitter Chat on Condominium Dispute Resolution #CondoChat

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 TIME: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
WHERE: | Hashtag: #CondoChat
CHAT HOST: Toronto & Area Chapter of the 
Canadian Condominium Institute @CCIToronto

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CCI Members and Non Members are welcome to participate, this chat is open to the public.


Chris Jaglowitz @chrisjaglowitz
Condominium Lawyer
Partner, Gardiner Miller Arnold LLP

Colm Brannigan @colmbrannigan
Mediator and Arbitrator

Marc Bhalla @condomediator
Condominium Mediator

The Toronto & Area Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute is hosting a Twitter chat on condominium dispute resolution. Guest tweeters Chris Jaglowitz, Colm Brannigan and Marc Bhalla will be discussing an array of issues involving condominium alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including recent caselaw, proposed changes to Ontario’s condominium legislation and the unique elements of condominium dispute resolution as compared to traditional mediation and arbitration processes.

Participation in this chat is open to the general public. Simply log onto your Twitter account when the chat is live and reference the hashtag #CondoChat in your posts to participate or view what will surely be an intriguing and educational discussion. Questions may also be circulated to the Toronto & Area Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute in advance for circulation to our guest tweeters during the live chat.

This chat will provide insightful information for anyone involved or potentially involved in a condominium conflict, including condominium residents, unit owners and directors who wish to learn more about how the courts are directing condominium disputes to be addressed, how ADR works and why it fits into the condominium setting.

The views and opinions expressed by guest tweeters and other participants in this event are not those of the Toronto & Area Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute.