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
The Apprehension of Bias in Arbitral Proceedings: A Cautionary Tale for Counsel and Arbitrators
by David W.
Third party arbitration funding: Should you get someone else to pay for your arbitration?
By Courtney Kachur
Parties entering into arbitration agreements do not want to limit thei
Joining the Party – A Primer on Third Party Funding
by Geoffrey D. Holub and David M.
Stays of Canadian Court Proceedings in Favour of International Commercial Arbitration: Recent Trends »
Stays of Canadian Court Proceedings in Favour of International Commercial Arbitration: Recent Trends
By Angus M.
Med-Arbs – Practical Considerations for Getting the Best of Both
by David Farmer and Steven Kley
Practitioners continue to disagree about the appropriateness of combined mediatio
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