Third Parties to Arbitration Agreements
By David Tupper and Stefani Wesley
Third parties who are strangers to an arbitration agreement, but involved in or allegedly responsible for the un
Cybersecurity threats in arbitration are real: Why take a risk?
By Anca M Sattler
As we become more and more dependent on technology and rely on digital records and information to conduct
Getting Past Impasse with Mediator Settlement Recommendations
By Mitchell Rose, LL.B., C.
Pale, Male, and Stale: Addressing Diversity in Arbitration
By Erin Peters, Associate (BLG)
Diversity in arbitration is a trending topic in the field.
La Loi sur les normes du travail : Mieux s’outiller pour négocier le meilleur règlement possible
Chaque année, des milliers de salariés au Québec déposent des plaintes à la
The Appeal of Arbitration
by William G. Horton C.Arb.
Consolidation of Arbitration Proceedings
By Timothy Froese and Sierra Bilyk
It is not uncommon for parties in long-term commercial relationships to become involved in multiple related arb
Fast Track Arbitration
By Michael Butterfield
Time is money. When disputes arise, we all look for fast, efficient and fair methods of resolution.
Without Prejudice: an Invisibility Cloak for a Mature World
By Steve Eichler and Chloe Mathioudakis
Without prejudice communications are common to court-based litigation and, its faster, ch