WEL Partners is pleased to present a new trio of helpful checklists, drafted by our Articling Student Natalie Kodsi, now available on our Resources Page.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Preparing for Online Consultations
At WEL Partners, your health and safety are a top priority. As such, as a matter of ample precaution during COVID-19, we have had to temporarily close our doors to in-person consultations, opting instead for the safer alternatives of telephone or video conferencing. While we look forward to opening up our doors again soon, in the interim, individuals may wonder how to best prepare for an online consultation. The Do’s and Don’ts of Preparing for Online Consultations provides a simple checklist of what to consider ahead of time to get the most out of their consultation with us.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Mediation
Mediation provides parties the chance to settle their issues outside of the litigation process. We at WEL Partners want to demystify this process. The Do’s and Don’ts of Mediation provides a fulsome checklist to our clients entering the mediation stage, which describes what to expect, how to best prepare, and how to ensure the mediation experience is a meaningful one. This checklist is also useful for individuals who are not yet at the mediation stage but would like some more information about what this avenue could look like, should they choose to move forward with it in the future.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Online Meetings
Online meetings in the new digital era can be intimidating. From sound to video to internet connection, there is a lot to keep track of when it comes to online meeting etiquette. The Do’s and Don’ts of Online Meetings is a fulsome checklist which simplifies it down. Aimed at more formal meetings on online platforms, these tips and tricks will allow anyone to put their best foot forward and conquer any online meeting!