Peter Braund

Peter is a mediator, arbitrator, appraiser, umpire and neutral evaluator with ADR Chambers.

Peter has significant experience in resolving the following types of disputes: insurance (personal injury, professional negligence, product liability, accident benefits), construction, commercial, and property disputes.

Peter has been a full-time neutral since 2010. He retired from law after spending his entire civil litigation career at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Peter sits on the Complaints Committee of the Professional Engineers of Ontario, appointed as a public member by the Attorney General. He is a past director of several non-profit and private corporations, including the Advocates’ Society. He has written, taught and spoken extensively to the legal, insurance and academic communities on insurance, civil litigation, construction law and ADR.

Peter graduated from U.B.C. Law in 1969, was called to the Ontario Bar in 1971 and obtained his LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1977. He attended the Advocates’ Society Harvard Mediation Course in 1997, and completed the University of Windsor ADR and Advanced ADR with the Stitt Feld Handy Group.