02 Oct Vance Cooper Inducted To the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals
Cooper Mediation is pleased to announce that Toronto-based mediator Vance Cooper has been inducted to the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (CADN).
Vance was welcomed to the CADN following a peer-vote review and completion of due diligence client interviews. CADN is an organization consisting of the most successful commercial mediators in the world. Membership is by invitation only and is a recognition by a candidate’s peers that he or she has attained status as a preeminent commercial mediator and professional in the field of alternative dispute resolution.
About Cooper Mediation
CMI is a highly respected and sought-after Toronto-based firm offering mediation and arbitration services to Ontario clients. CMI was founded by Vance Cooper after he transitioned out of his legal practice, which began in 1985, to focus on mediation. Building a strong reputation for his tact and ability to handle complex matters, he became an in-demand mediator. Serving as a trusted mentor to Jonathan Cooper and Logan Cooper, who joined CMI in 2014 and 2017, respectively, CMI has grown to have a mediator for all types of matters and for every budget. For more information visit: coopermediation.ca.
About the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals
The Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals is an invitation-only professional association whose membership consists of mediators and arbitrators distinguished by their hands-on experience in the field of civil and commercial dispute resolution. Members are vetted through a peer review and client interviews. For more information visit: mediators.ca.