News & Announcements

Tenth Annual Bread and Butter Issues in Family Law

The Ontario Bar Association (OBA) will be hosting their tenth annual Bread and Butter Issues in Family Law on Friday, October 4, 2019. The event will feature expert perspectives and strategic insights to equip lawyers with the knowledge to navigate the evolving nuances of family law.

Hilary Linton will join Judith Nicoll (McInnis & Nicoll) and the Honourable Sharon Shore (Ontario Superior Court of Justice) on a panel to discuss “Public or Private Adjudication: Knowing How to Decide on Arbitration or Court”.

For further information, please view the program agenda.

Elizabeth on “Ask Andrew”

On September 16, Elizabeth Hyde (of Medius Dispute Resolution) appeared as a guest speaker on the Ask Andrew Show, a monthly, 30-minute web series discussing issues surrounding separation, divorce and child custody. Hosted by Andrew Feldstein (of Feldstein Family Law Group P.C.), Elizbeth spoke about Parenting Coordination. Click here to view the complete interview. For an archive of past episodes fo the Ask Andrew Show, check out the Feldstein Family Law Group P.C. YouTube channel.

2019 Spring & Summer Newsletter

For recent news, updates, testimonials, and upcoming courses in family mediation, arbitration and parenting coordination, check out our latest 2019 Spring & Summer Newsletter:

Global News Article – May 2019

Hilary Linton was quoted in a recent Global News article on restraining orders. Here is what she had to say on protection orders:

“It’s better than nothing,” she says. “But really you have to dig deeper and be aware of who is this person, what’s motivating them, how they’re inclined to behave, and what can be done to enhance the effectiveness of a restraining order.”

Read the complete article here.

Speaking at Annual Joint Family Law Program

On March 15, 2019, Hilary will be speaking at the Annual Joint Family Law Program, (Jointly presented by the Law Society of Manitoba, The Court of Queen’s Bench Family Division Judges and The Manitoba Bar Association, Family Law Section) about best practices and latest developments in screening for power imbalance and intimate partner violence in family dispute resolution processes— family mediation, arbitration and parenting coordination. Click here for more information.