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Jun 4, 2019

Loretta Merritt quoted in the Law Times about mediations being the best way to respond to allegations of sexual misconduct

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Loretta Merritt, a lawyer with Torkin Manes LLP in Toronto, says mediations offer an optimal situation for defendants to apologize.

"It's a really positive thing when the defendant starts the mediation with an apology not as a negotiated term of settlement but right from the outset: I'm really sorry this happened to you; this should have not happened to you," says Merritt.

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