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David H. Steinberg

Mediator and Arbitrator

ADR Chambers Inc

HQ Phone:  (416) 307-0000

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ADR Chambers Inc

180 Duncan Mill Road 4Th Floor

Toronto, Ontario, M3B 1Z6

Canada

Company Description

ADR Chambers also provides an ombuds service for complaints by customers of the Royal Bank of Canada as Canadian banks must make an external third-party dispute resolution mechanism available to their clients. "There is no government-funded ombuds organizati...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Taliesin Nexus


Lawyer

Writers Guild of Canada


NJN Network Inc


Contributor

Albuquerque Journal


Photographer, Writer, Journalist

Self-Employed


Affiliations

SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL

Board of Trustees Member


The Link

Member of the Advisory Committee


Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project ,

Founder


National Puzzlers' League

Member


Education

Stanford University


B.A. ( Honours

Economics

University of Western Ontario Law School


BA

International relations and organization

American University


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Arbitrators : Arbitrators

The Honourable David M. Steinberg
David Steinberg is a mediator and arbitrator with ADR Chambers. David is an expert in all areas of family law. He is a retired Family Law Judge, founding editor of the Reports of Family Law (R.F.L.), co-editor of the annual editions of the Ontario Family Law Practice and was recipient of the Award of Excellence from the Family Law Subsection of the Ontario Bar Association in 2012. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Family Conciliation Courts in 1999 and was past chair of the Family Court Rules Committee. In the past he lectured for organizations across Canada and internationally about resolving domestic disputes and case management within the courts. After being appointed to the Bench of the Ontario Provincial Court Family Division in 1969, he held appointments as a District Court Judge and Judge of the Unified Family Court in 1977; Senior Judge of the Unified Family Court in 1987 to 2000; Ontario Court General Division (now known as the Superior Court of Justice) in 1991; and, became a Supernumerary Judge in 2002. In 1971 David was invited to serve as a consultant to the Federal Law Reform Commission as it studied the concept and development of the Unified Family Court. David earned his LL.B. and his B.A. (Honours) in Economics at the University of Western Ontario Law School. He was called to the Bar in 1965. David completed family law mediation training in 2011 with Richard W. Shields, Antoinette Clarke, and Darlene Murphy. David M. Steinberg is willing to travel To book David M. Steinberg


Arbitrators : Arbitrators

The Honourable David M. Steinberg
David Steinberg is a mediator and arbitrator with ADR Chambers. David is an expert in all areas of family law. He is a retired Family Law Judge, founding editor of the Reports of Family Law (R.F.L.), co-editor of the annual editions of the Ontario Family Law Practice and was recipient of the Award of Excellence from the Family Law Subsection of the Ontario Bar Association in 2012. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Family Conciliation Courts in 1999 and was past chair of the Family Court Rules Committee. In the past he lectured for organizations across Canada and internationally about resolving domestic disputes and case management within the courts. After being appointed to the Bench of the Ontario Provincial Court Family Division in 1969, he held appointments as a District Court Judge and Judge of the Unified Family Court in 1977; Senior Judge of the Unified Family Court in 1987 to 2000; Ontario Court General Division (now known as the Superior Court of Justice) in 1991; and, became a Supernumerary Judge in 2002. In 1971 David was invited to serve as a consultant to the Federal Law Reform Commission as it studied the concept and development of the Unified Family Court. David earned his LL.B. and his B.A. (Honours) in Economics at the University of Western Ontario Law School. He was called to the Bar in 1965. David completed family law mediation training in 2011 with Richard W. Shields, Antoinette Clarke, and Darlene Murphy. David M. Steinberg is willing to travel To book David M. Steinberg


Puzzle Trouble: Women and Crosswords in the Age of Autofill | The American Reader

But it wasn't until the event's second night that the topic of crosswords' "gender problem" emerged from the mouth of its most unlikely messenger: David Steinberg, a seventeen-year-old puzzle wunderkind.
Steinberg's first crossword was published in the Times when he was fourteen. He has since had twenty-eight puzzles appear in the Times and has many more slated for print. In 2012, he founded the "Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project," which aims to digitize every New York Times crossword since the puzzle's debut in 1942 (all "Shortzian" puzzles, from 1993 onward, are already digitally available). Part of Steinberg's project involves identifying formerly anonymous constructors and charting changes in constructor demographics over its seventy-two-year Times history. A natural data-head, Steinberg lives in Rancho Palos Verdes, California and seems destined for Silicon Valley after college. On the second night of the tournament, Steinberg was given the podium to brief us on the "Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project. The later half of his speech focused on women in crosswords: "XXword constructors," as they're never called. Steinberg presented his data on the role of gender in the authorship of Times crossword puzzles-a statistical analysis that he developed for his high school science fair. To the disappointment, but not the surprise, of many in the audience, Steinberg revealed that the gender disparity in crosswords has steadily worsened in the past two decades. At this point in his speech, Steinberg suggested that the ever-widening gender gap in crosswords might be explained (or "boysplained," as one puzzle blogger snarked) by the field's shift to software-facilitated constructions. Like photography, film, and any number of once-analog trades, the process of puzzle-making has been digitized in the past twenty years. With few exceptions, and I count myself among them, constructors use programs like Crossword Compiler or Crossfire to assemble their grids. Steinberg's statistical analysis offered cogent data to support his hypothesis that the rise in crossword software is correlated to the widening gender gap among constructors. As puzzle-making became increasingly informed by programming, it began to replicate the gender imbalance of tech culture (and "nerd culture" in general). To support his findings, Steinberg invoked the "numerous studies that suggest that females are far less likely than males to enter computer and other technology-related fields." In this sense, I completely reinforce Steinberg's slightly tone-deaf claim at the close of his ACPT speech that women may have been "left behind" when the dominant form of constructing became "less of a literary exercise and ... more of a mathematical exercise. Flirting with Larry Summers-like essentializing based on gender, Steinberg was at the very least guilty of generalizing. Ultimately, Steinberg's speech did more than reveal him to be a budding statistician. Many of the female constructors I've spoken to posit their own theories for their underrepresentation, all as persuasive-and as problematic-as those of Tausig and Steinberg.


Apollo Workshop: Storytelling in Film and Television

• David Steinberg (screenwriter) - The Simpsons; American Pie 2


http://www.tpvphs.twieth.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2613:principals-update-september-1-2013&catid=6:principals-update&Itemid=6

David Steinberg is a 2013 Davidson Fellows Scholarship recipient.
He has been awarded a $25,000 scholarship for his work on the Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project: David created a database that quantifies the evolution of the crossword puzzle; like society, crossword puzzles have undergone significant changes over the years. Data can be statistically analyzed to identify broad societal trends and their implications will provide a wealth of new data to historians and sociologists. David began the Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project after browsing through New York Times crossword puzzles published after Will Shortz became crossword editor on November 21, 1993. David is a junior at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School and plans to major in computer science and study Latin in college. Eventually he hopes to become a full-time crossword editor or to combine his crossword interests with computer science and research in artificial intelligence. He is the crossword editor of the Orange County Register's 24 associated newspapers and under contract with Celebrity Crosswords, an online puzzle publisher. David has published a book of crosswords, Chromatics; constructs puzzles for The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Higher Education, Newsday, and other publications and online outlets; runs a custom crossword business; and participates in many crossword tournaments and puzzle events. http://presskit.ditd.org/2013_Davidson_Fellows_Press_Kit/df13_National_Press_Release.htm David will be traveling to Washington, D.C., in late September for the awards ceremony at the Smithsonian.


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