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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...


Re-Writing The Rules: The International Centre For Settlement Of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Updating Rules To Modernize And Streamline ICSID Proceedings
Friday, 8th June 2019

"The ICSID describes itself as the "world's leading institution devoted to international investment dispute settlement" and highlights that numerous international investment treaties and investment contracts agreed on ICSID as a forum f...


Referring Church Conflict to Mediation
Thursday, 31st May 2019

"Conflicts are not unknown in faith communities. Interpersonal church conflicts too often are destructive, with damaging fallout. Uninvolved leaders find themselves at a loss, being asked to choose sides or butt out. This article outlines what ...


Commercial Mediation and Good Decisions
Tuesday, 22nd May 2019

"Does the currently predominant model of commercial mediation – a single session of 3 or 6 hours – support good decision-making by litigants? Some doubt is cast by recent Canadian scholarship dealing with the psychological costs of lit...


B.C. expands global role in internet domain name disputes
Tuesday, 22nd May 2019

"What happened: Vancouver will soon be one of a select number of cities handling disputes over domain names such as .com or .org Why it matters: The new designation is poised to boost Vancouver’s reputation for international arbitrat...


Province introduces new dispute resolution service for Victoria families
Monday, 14th May 2019

"The provincial government says a new service available to Victoria families will provide mediation-focused services before family law matters enter a courtroom. B.C. Attorney General David Eby introduced the Victoria Early Resolution and ...


Response time, dispute resolution should be addressed as part of CRA consultation: lawyers
Monday, 14th May 2019

"The Beatles may have lamented the fact the taxman in the U.K. didn’t like you giving your opinions, but the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has launched a public consultation process with an eye to getting input on how it operates and how it...


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