Ian R. Mackenzie is a Canadian arbitrator, mediator and trainer. He has been adjudicating and mediating employment-related disputes for ten years. Ian has also been actively involved in training adjudicators in all aspects of conducting fair hearings.
He is a former vice-chair of the federal Public Service Labour Relations Board and of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. He is currently a part-time member of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
MackenzieDRS: Harassment complainant's views on discharge of harasser not relevant in assessing
MackenzieDRS: The Challenges of Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants: a lawyers' perspective
MackenzieDRS: Brown v. CIBC: Nail in the Coffin for “Misclassification” Overtime Class Actions or Cl
MackenzieDRS: For the Word on the Street, US courts rely on online urban dictionary http://t.co/ywwc
MackenzieDRS: Negotiating the negotiation. Negotiation Design Dimensions: A Checklist http://t.co/Ql
MackenzieDRS: Admin penalties and the correct date. When is a “date” not a mere technicality? When i
Last week the Canadian Bar Association held a summit on access to justice in Vancouver. I spoke on a
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When a party to a proceeding says that they "want their day in court", an oral hearing is
The open court principle has repeatedly been confirmed by the Supreme Court as a “hallmark of a demo
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Some tribunals routinely tape record proceedings while others consistently prohibit it. And within t
Columns published on slaw.ca
The Law of Reasons: a guide to legal decision writing, Lexis-Nexis, forthcoming
“Non-consensual expedited processes: the intersection of fairness and expediency”, Lancaster House.