ADRIC 2022 Session Description;
Drafting an Arbitration Clause and Procedure that suits Your Case.
Gatineau, Quebec • October 20, 2022 – 1:30 pm
SPEAKERS : Mark Crane and Sahil Shoor
One of the benefits of arbitration is the flexibility of the process. In this session, the speakers will discuss some of the considerations that parties should turn their mind to when drafting an arbitration clause as well as determining the process for the arbitration, which will depend on the circumstances of each case.
Recognized as “Top 40 under 40” in Canadian Construction in 2021 by On-Site and SitePartners and the “Next Generation Partner” by Legal 500 Canada 2022, Sahil Shoor, is a Partner with Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP. He is called to the Bar in both Ontario and British Columbia. His national practice is focused on complex litigation and dispute resolution in the sectors that drive Canada’s economic development, including commercial construction, real estate development, infrastructure and civil works, power and energy (nuclear, hydro-electric and power generating stations), and transit/transportation (P3).
He also provide advice on COVID-19 excusable and delay claims and force majeure events.
Sahil focuses on practical and commercial solutions to complex issues that arise throughout the lifecycle of major projects, where he has advised all the key participants in the supply chain: developers, owners, contractors, subcontractors, consultants, and manufacturers. While he is a firm believer in proactive project management to avoid disputes, he always has an eye on positioning clients to best achieve their objectives and is as comfortable managing large trials on highly technical disputes in litigation and arbitration as he is in performing early case assessments, and conducting mediations, adjudications and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.