Placet Dispute Resolution is based
in Toronto, Canada and provides a range of dispute resolution services,
with an emphasis on mediation and mediation skills training, to
clients throughout North America. We provide options to individuals
and businesses who wish to effectively resolve conflicts that are
frustrating business relationships and exhausting precious resources.
Resolving these conflicts using the court system can be prohibitively
expensive and time consuming. We offer a cost-effective, time-saving
alternative to litigation.
A Question of Justice….
Many clients come to alternative
dispute resolution providers with “justice” as a primary
interest. How can we define justice? Can it be measured in dollar
terms? Is it an end result of public vindication? What are some
of the reasons that people who have been through the litigation
process feel that they have not found justice?
We believe that justice is a uniquely
personal concept. In our practice, we find that clients who retain
control over the resolution of their dispute often report feeling
that justice had been served.
More often than not, communication
breaks down early in the life of a conflict. Placet’s mediation
process develops and maintains an environment in which all parties
can feel comfortable freely communicating their needs and goals.
We do not render judgment. Rather, we help people in conflict develop
creative solutions and assist in implementing consensual, comprehensive
and durable agreements.
The Bottom Line…
Mediation offers satisfactions that the litigation
system cannot hope to offer, including:
• Low cost
• Mutually acceptable results
• Control of outcome.
At Placet, we believe that
the best person to make important decision about your life and your
business is you. If your dispute needs to be decided by a third
party (i.e. a judge or arbitrator) it will be because you feel this
is the very best decision you can make. Until that day, if it ever
comes, Placet Dispute Resolution professionals will work as hard
as possible to support you in the conflict resolution process.