Louie Reznick is a mediator and arbitrator. Louie has experience handling difficult cases and demanding clients, and knows how to bring matters to resolution. Louie acts as a facilitator, establishing a framework where disputing parties come to recognize that agreement is not only feasible, but in their interest.
Louie has been the keynote speaker at the Mediation Symposium in Trinidad and Tobago, a speaker at Ontario Bar Association and Law Society of Ontario seminars, a speaker/panel member at the Toronto Lawyers Association seminars, and a speaker and instructor at the Professional Development Program of Osgoode Hall Law School’s Continuing Education Workshops. He has also been an instructor at the Bar Admission Course in Civil Litigation and has been an instructor/coach at Osgoode Hall Law School course entitled, Theory and Practice of Mediation. Louie has been a judge at advocacy competitions for the American Bar Association and the Canadian National Mediation and Advocacy competition. He has sat as a member on the Insurance Committee of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and has sat on panels assessing candidates for Specialists Designations in Civil Litigation.
He is a Deputy Judge of the Small Claims Court and had been appointed by the Commissioner of Insurance to the Roster of Pre-Hearing Arbitrators at the Ontario Insurance Commission (now known as the Financial Services Commission of Ontario).
He was Certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Civil Litigation and holds a Certificate in Mediation from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Louie earned his LL.B. degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1980. He has appeared at various levels of court and before various administrative tribunals, practicing civil litigation primarily in areas involving disputes arising from motor vehicle accidents, occupiers’ liability, products liability, medical malpractice, professional malpractice, employment law, partnership disputes, contractual disputes, quasi criminal matters, etc.