Lauren Tomasich, Geoffrey Hunnisett
Arbitration is not simply a private court procedure. It is a way to resolve disputes that allows the ability to choose a decision maker, to tailor the process and timeframe, to resolve disputes confidentially if that is important and ultimately leads to a final award. When used strategically, arbitration can be leveraged to drive a resolution that makes sense in the context of your dispute.
We have developed the Canadian and international arbitration: A guidebook for effective arbitration, to provide our clients with a comprehensive guide that explains everything from what arbitration is, to how to draft an effective arbitration clause, to what happens after an award is made.
- what arbitration is, how it differs from court proceedings, and its advantages and disadvantages
- how to draft an effective arbitration clause
- how to get the most out of the arbitration procedure
- how to choose your decision maker
- what happens after an award is made
- how to manage different legal systems in international arbitrations