As the opposing counsel, Mr. Gelber employs sharp, adversarial tactics and, seemingly, has no concept of peaceful resolution of issues. Mr. Gelber callously disregards the code of conduct and the recommendations of Law Society in dealing with self-represented litigants with registered disability. He makes the litigation process extremely ineffective and needlessly confrontational by agitating the parties against each other, abusing court system by filing frivolous applications and requisitions with the sole purpose to harass and bully the opposing side.
He also enjoys threatening and slandering the opposing party in and out of the courtroom by fabricating and voicing baseless assumptions on record and threatening the opposing party. Over all, Mr. Gelber showed himself to be unnecessarily damaging to the mental health of all the parties, financial standing of his own clients , the resolution of family issues and the possibility of any reconciliation between ex-spouses.