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Family court support coming to Moncton, but system still lags in Saint John
Monday, 13th March 2018

"...Strain on familyCameron said an efficient family court model provides "immediate relief" to fam...

Top 5 issues exacerbating construction disputes
Monday, 13th March 2018

"The 2017 Arcadis Construction Disputes Report states 30 per cent of construction projects in North America end up in dispute. I...

Mandatory Mediation Under Section 258.6(1) Of The Insurance Act
Wednesday, 8th March 2018

"A new motion decision of Justice Firestone could have wide ranging ramifications in terms of the timing of when mediations are typically scheduled.

Canada invests in produce dispute resolution
Sunday, 26th February 2018

"The Canadian Government has invested CAD$175,000 in a dispute resolution company for the produce sector, aiming to support the commercial strength of fruit and vegetable growers.

A possible way forward for the burgeoning B.C. Alberta trade war
Wednesday, 15th February 2018

" Opinion: The Canadisn Free Trade Agreement has a mechanism for interprovincial trade disputes.  So why isn't it being used to difuse tensions in Canada." Read in full: 

NAFTA Dispute Resolution Mechanism Costs Canadian Taxpayers $314 Million: Report
Tuesday, 17th January 2018

"The current dispute resolution system for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which allows companies to sue governments, has cost Canadian taxpayers $314 million in legal fees and settlements, according to a new report authored by Th...

Q&A: Are the courts failing children in high conflict custody cases?
Wednesday, 4th January 2018

"The custody battle over two young sisters found dead in Oak Bay last week is raising wider questions about whether the courts are protecting children in high-conflict custody cases.

Protectionism and panic: the top trade stories of 2017
Monday, 26th December 2017

From NAFTA to the TPP, a possible b...

Ontario’s new technological road map for ensuring access to justice called ‘positive step’
Thursday, 8th December 2017

"Ontario's new action plan to improve access to justice by harnessing technology is being called a “positive step,” but the chief executive of an organization dedicated to access issues says there will be need to be more work down ...

Regulators raise concerns about some wealth management firms
Thursday, 8th December 2017

"Canada's investment regulators are raising the alarm over wealth management firms that fail to follow the industry-funded ombudsman's recommendations to compensate clients after a dispute.

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