Robin Dodokin is a conflict resolution expert who is committed to assisting parties repair and preserve relationships, where possible. Her conflict resolution expertise includes effectively representing creditors, financial institutions, debtors, business owners, companies, trustees, insolvency practitioners and individuals in business and insolvency matters and mediating disputes between business partners or owners, family members or beneficiaries.
Robin brings her unique skills as a commercial litigator, insolvency lawyer, certified mediator, negotiator coach and problem solver to all of her engagements. Robin is a persuasive and effective advocate. Her reputation enables her to build referral and working relationships with lawyers, accountants, tax specialists, real estate lawyers, bankers, investment advisors, insolvency practitioners, business consultants, coaches, and form multi-disciplinary teams when required.
As an acknowledged expert in her areas of practice, Robin is frequently invited to speak on topical and timely subjects, including insolvency issues, family business disputes, mediation and conflict resolution. Robin was Called to the Ontario Bar in 1993, obtained an LLM in Alternative Dispute Resolution, received advanced training in mediation and insolvency, received the designation of Qualified Mediator from the ADR Institute of Canada, a Certificate in Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute and was trained as a coach at CTI.
Robin is the Chair of the Ontario Bar Association Insolvency Law Section and a long-standing member of the Toronto Commercial Court Users Committee, Turn Around Management Association, ADR Institute, Family Firm Institute and STEP. Robin is also a volunteer mediator with Pro Bono Ontario.
When outside of the office Robin is passionate about spending time with her children and dog, travelling, learning, and being physically active.