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Impasse in Mediation
Wednesday, 10th October 2019

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When Does Final And Binding Mean Final And Binding?
Wednesday, 19th September 2019

"One of the main purposes of commercial arbitration is to provide an efficient way for the parties to resolve their dispute. By agreeing to take their proceeding off the Court track and into private arbitration, the parties avoid the delays associate...


Small claims court mediation program leads to fair outcomes, participants say
Wednesday, 19th September 2019

"The Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution allowed students to gain experience by participating in the mediation proces" 


Neither Too Little, Nor Too Late: A Delayed Jurisdictional Challenge Finds Success
Sunday, 19th August 2019

"Introduction Article 16 of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (the "Model Law") provides a means for early resolution of disputes over the jurisdiction of an arbitral tribunal. Pursuant to A...


Divorce Laws To Change In Saskatchewan
Tuesday, 24th July 2019

"In an attempt to simplify family law, Saskatchewan will soon be implementing new legislation directed towards divorce and separation. Soon, it will be required to attempt to resolve family law issues outside of the court process first, using me...


Why an Ontario court ruling in favour of a constructive dismissal complainant ended up being a victory for the company
Tuesday, 24th July 2019

"Howard Levitt: The complainant was awarded $114,082, but then ordered to pay total costs of $200,000"Read in full: 


Mediation and the Public s Right to Know: Has that Ship Sailed?
Thursday, 19th July 2019

"A developing story here in Canada has raised concerns about whether the public should have the right to know the terms of a high profile, mediated settlement agreement involving the government of Canada. The case involves now retired Vice-Admir...


Toronto firm ADR Chambers appointed new ANA overseeing adjudicators
Thursday, 19th July 2019

"TORONTO — Ontario Attorney General Doug Downey has appointed Toronto-based firm ADR Chambers to serve as the Authorized Nominating Authority (ANA) to administer adjudicators as part of the province’s new prompt payment and adjudica...


Complexity, Newton and New Directions in Mediation Research
Sunday, 10th June 2019

"To recap, in his February 2019 post to this Blog, Michael Leathes argued for the need for more field-based research into medi...


Practices and procedures for dispute resolution
Friday, 8th June 2019

"The Commission sets out revised practices and procedures for dispute resolution. These practices and procedures build upon those adopted by the Commission in the past and reflect recent changes in the broadcasting regulatory environment re...


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