Binding Mediation: an Oxymoron?
By Harvey J. Kirsh
“Binding Mediation” is a term dreamed up by a marketing maven.
Better than Average Returns: Making the Most of Your Investment in Mediation
By Emily McCartney, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP and Jim McCartney, McCartney ADR
Using a “Scott Schedule” in Arbitration
by The Honourable Neil Wittmann, Q.C.
Training Conflict Resolution Practitioners: the Need for new Methods and Approaches
By Evan Hoffman, Ph.D.
Does an Arbitrator With Subject Matter Expertise Give you a Better Decision?
By Gerald R. (Jerry) Genge, P.Eng., C.Eng., BDS, BSSO, Q.Med., C.Arb.
British Columbia Amends and Modernizes International Commercial Arbitration Act
by Elizabeth Montpetit
Earlier this year, British Columbia became the second Canadian province, after Ontario
Fairness and Formality – Mediation Advocacy and the Self-Represented Disputant
by Martha Simmons, PhD
In today’s legal profession, there has been an upswing in the use of con
A Peaceful Protest – An Opportunity for Public Mediation
by Rodger W.
by Allison Kuntz
Parties frequently agree to have their disputes determined outside of the courts by way of either arbitration or expert determination.
Strategic tips on enforcement for in-house counsel – making sure you get the payment under your award »
Strategic tips on enforcement for in-house counsel – making sure you get the payment under your award
By Yaroslav Klimov and Andrey Panov
A claimant only goes into battle, ex