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“And now for something completely different.” No, this isn’t a Monty Python sketch; it’s the moment when participants who are engaged in our adversarial legal system attempt to co-operate and work together. When you say it like that, it sounds almost absurd as one of...

Cooper Mediation is pleased to announce that Vance Cooper has been named Gentleman of the Year by Cambridge Club - an accolade given to the member who “best exemplifies what the Cambridge Club is all about.” Vance has been a member of the club since 1991...

Cooper Mediation, as the presenting sponsor, is pleased to announce the 2020 Troilus Annual Canada Cup from Friday, February 21 through Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at a variety of squash clubs in southern and central Ontario including the Cambridge Club in Downtown Toronto. This will be...

The 2019  Canada Cup Was The Biggest Professional Squash Tournament In Canada. Cooper Mediation was the presenting sponsor of the the 10th Annual Troilus Canada Cup, which ran from Monday, March 4 through Thursday, March 7, 2019 at a variety of squash clubs in southern and...

Obligation. It's a word that takes away any notion that you have a choice in the matter at hand. Put simply, it “must” be done, whether you like it or not. As a result, an obligation may end up feeling more like a burden or...

Vance Cooper was a panelist and Jonathan Cooper was moderator and a panelist at the Toronto Lawyers Association CPD program “Mediation Advocacy in Personal Injury and Insurance Matters” on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. They were joined by panelists Allyson Webster and Marcela Saitua. Mediation is a powerful...

Cooper Mediation is pleased to announce the much-anticipated return of The Emancipation of Ms. Lovely to Toronto. As one of the sponsors of this production, we are honoured to bring Ngozi Paul’s critically acclaimed solo play – the winner of the Spotlight Award for best...

[ Click Here To Download In PDF Format ] Every choice has its consequences. My parents did their best to instill this idea in me at a very early age. Years of their lectures (and all the time I spent reflecting on my own choices while...