The Expert Use of Experts in ADR: Views from Counsel Table
By David Tupper & Keith Marlowe
The expert use of experts and their reports in mediations and arbitrations is often t
Access to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes such as mediation and arbitration provides families, workplaces, businesses and communities with efficient and effective ways to reso
ADR in the Aboriginal Context
By Robert Neron, C.Arb, Q.Med
ADR encompasses mechanisms used in resolving disputes outside of adversarial litigation.
Proposed Rule Changes at the Leading Institution for the Resolution of International Investment Disputes »
Proposed Rule Changes at the Leading Institution for the Resolution of International Investment Disputes
By Sara Nadeau-Séguin
On August 3, 2018, the International Centre for Settlement o
The Cost of Refusing to Mediate
By Kathryn Munn, C.Med, C.Arb
We have seen lots of information about using mediation to reduce the costs of resolving disputes.
The Virtually Impossible Task of Obtaining Permission to Appeal Under Section 44(2) of the Alberta Arbitration Act »
The Virtually Impossible Task of Obtaining Permission to Appeal Under Section 44(2) of the Alberta Arbitration Act
By Lou Cusano, Gino Bruni and Tanis Makowsky
Playing by the Rules of the Game: Arbitration in a Professional Sports Context
By Randall W. Block, Q.C., Justine Blanchet and the Hon. Thomas Cromwell, C.C.
Earlier in 2018, The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C., C.C.
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