CPR Institute presents Award for Excellence in Alternative Dispute Resolution to Toronto law firm, Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber
The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR Institute), has presented the organization’s 1st ever “Law Firm Award for Excellence in Alternative Dispute Resolution” to Toronto-based law firm Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP (GSNH), which has recently joined LAWorld.
The CPR Institute, located in New York, is a nonprofit think tank and alliance of global corporations, law firms, scholars, and public institutions dedicated to the principles of commercial conflict prevention and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). “For commitment to principled and creative conflict management and resolution, the CPR Institute is proud to honor this outstanding firm,” said Kathleen A. Bryan, CEO of the CPR Institute. “They have set a successful benchmark for addressing resolution, prevention and management of major disputes in multiple practice areas.”
GSNH makes training in ADR available to their lawyers, encourages their lawyers to advance their knowledge in ADR and boasts an international library devoted to ADR. Team Resolution, their Toronto-based Alternative Dispute Resolution group, has provided years of sought after ADR services worldwide. Team Resolution’s Chair, David Bristow Q.C. states, “We are delighted and honored to receive this prestigious award from such an eminent international institution. It is recognition of the firm’s long standing commitment to ADR and to the field of dispute and conflict management.”
GSNH is a reputable Toronto (Ontario, Canada) legal practice comprised of 30 lawyers. The corporate commercial firm provides advice across all major practice areas including banking & financial services, real estate & leasing, construction, litigation, bankruptcy, insolvency & restructuring, franchise and wills & estates. For more information about GSNH, visit www.gsnh.com.