Marc Bhalla in Condovoice
The Fall 2017 edition of Condovoice, the award winning publication of the Toronto & Area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features an article by Marc Bhalla on page 25.
Marc Bhalla in ADR Update
The Fall 2017 edition of ADR Update (the quarterly newsletter of the ADR Institute of Ontario) features an article by Marc Bhalla titled "Parties That Stay Together ______________ Together".
Condominium's Duty to Investigate Social Media Defamation
It seems obvious to say that condominium corporations are physical communities in the traditional sense of the word – while people may no longer live in huts adjacent to a cultivated field of wheat, neighbours still live in close proximity to each other. The transmission of noises, odours, and other…
The Increasing Importance Of Arbitration in Condos
In the span of one week in June of 2017, three decisions were released (one by the Supreme Court of Canada and two by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice) which emphasized the considerable level of deference that the Courts will afford Arbitrators in deciding disputes amongst parties. All three cases…
With the impending settlement of Mars, the rise of drones and their use commercially and recreationally on Earth seems like a natural progression in the evolution of humans, especially where large structures such as oil rig platforms, bridges and sports stadiums exist in countries such as the United States, China…
Marc Bhalla in the July/August 2017 issue of Condo Business
The July/August 2017 edition of Condo Business magazine features an article that Marc Bhalla wrote on page 18.
In his article, titled Communicating More Effectively During Difficult Discussions, Marc provides tips for navigating through difficult situations - including how to effectively address and improve them.
When A Condo Owner Goes Rogue - Part 1
We work with a Condominium Corporation in the City of Ottawa that has spent over two years litigating with a particular unit owner, who, in our view, has simply gone rogue. What started out as a dispute over a $450 back charge to remove a flower box, which was an…
The Insurance Myth
Subrogation and deductibles and standard units – oh my! The language used in insurance policies can be even stranger than being in Oz; but once you draw back the curtain, you can see that the magic isn’t all that complicated after all.
Marc Bhalla appeared on Zoomer Radio's Family on Air program
Marc Bhalla appeared on Zoomer Radio's Family on Air radio broadcast on Sunday, July 2nd.
The show, hosted by Ari Kaplan, focused on Neighbourhood Noise and Marc spoke to his experience with condominium mediation.
Marc Bhalla in Condovoice
The Summer 2017 edition of Condovoice, the award winning publication of the Toronto & Area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, features an article by Marc Bhalla on page 11.