Review: 76 Martin v Grapevine Optical and another No 2 2022 BCHRT…

Review: 76 Martin v Grapevine Optical and another No 2 2022 BCHRT 76
After reading this BC Human Rights Tribunal ruling, you should be familiar with the law as it pertains to this matter.
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There are times when a business owner should litigate, and other times when a business owner should look to alternative dispute resolutions. The challenge is to have the wisdom to know what is best for your circumstances. In the dispute above, the parties chose to go the very public route of the BC Human Rights Tribunal. In this exercise, we are going to attempt a “do-over” of this dispute using mediation.
IN YOUR GROUPS:
Part One
Need answers from the perspective of the business owner, Charles Fellnermayr . While you know the facts of the case from the BC Human Rights Tribunal ruling, you will be considering this case as it was back in July 2019, (before Natasha Martin filed her complaint with the Tribunal).
1. Make a list of your interests.
2. Make a list of your rights.
3. Decide what type of mediation you feel is most suitable for achieving your lists of interests and rights, (i.e. Facilitative, Rights-Based, or Transformative mediation).
4. What is a non-disclosure agreement? Would you require a non-disclosure agreement as part of the mediation process? Why or why not?
5. letter/email to your opponent proposing mediation to resolve this dispute. Convince the other party why your preferred type of mediation is the best option to settle this matter.

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