A View from the Nose-Bleeds
By Weston Rudd & Brock Carscallen
Compromise is necessary when settling disputes, but from the perspective of in-house counsel, when
In Defense of Tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses
By Mary E. Comeau
Tiered dispute resolution clauses are often maligned as causing delay and not being effective.
Overlapping Arbitration and Litigation: When Can the Court Step In
By Andrew Sunter & Susan Fader
Courts have the power to enforce arbitration agreements and stay litiga
Two Hats, or Not Two Hats?
By Lauren Tomasich, Eric Morgan & Sarah Firestone
Working with an arbitrator who also acts as the mediator can present unique challenge
Expedited Arbitrations: Comparison of the Various Institutions’ Rules
By Alexandra Mitretodis & Brock Euper
In the context of lower value claims or less complex
Transitioning from Civil Litigation to Arbitration
By Hon. Clifton D. O’Brien, Q.C.
New ICSID Rules-An Update
By Sara Nadeau-Séguin, LL.B., LL.M.
The Legacy of HOOPP – The Perils of Limitation Periods in Arbitration
By Dalton W. McGrath, Q.C., FCIArb and Michael C.
References and Construction Claims
By Harvey J. Kirsh, B.A. (Tor.), LL.B. (Osg.), LL.M. (Harv.), C.Arb., C.S.
Arbitral Claims and Insolvency Proceedings
By David Gruber, FCIArb, IIC
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in the Companies’ Creditors Arrang