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Toronto’s Arbitration Place offers alternative to Trump’s America | Julius Melnitzer

Monday, September 25, 2017 @ 9:29 AM | By Julius Melnitzer

“Bold” describes the legal profession to about the same extent that “discreet” describes The Donald.

But there are exceptions. And there’s a lot to be learned from them. For those eager to escape lawyers’ unique brand of quicksand, from which they innately view opportunity as risk, Arbitration Place (AP) in Toronto may be a good place to start.

One of Trump's tactics, as we now all know, is to make anyone and everyone nervous. What Kimberley Stewart, AP’s CEO, noticed, was that Trump’s stand against all-people-who-are-not-U.S.-citizens-and-therefore-must-be-either-terrorists-or-taking-away-jobs-from-hard-working-Americans...