The Unique World of Construction Law Arbitrations and Mediations
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: October 2016
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Construction arbitrations and mediations can be complex, daunting and rewarding, all at the same time. Timelines can be quite tight, multiple expert opinions are required on very technical issues and the amounts at issue are substantial. Productions can also number into the hundreds of thousands or more. All of these factors contribute to a costly and challenging process. Hear from experienced arbitrators, mediators and counsel on how you can prepare for a successful arbitration or achieve a resolution through mediation.

PROGRAM CHAIRS
Howard Krupat
, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
Jason J. Annibale, McMillan LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

How to Prepare for a Successful Arbitration: An Arbitrator's Perspective - Presentation
Duncan Glaholt, Glaholt LLP

Due process paranoia and the procedural judgment rule: a safe harbour for procedural management decisions by international arbitrators

Mediate Your Construction Arbitration and Construction Lien Action Successfully
Stanley Naftolin Q.C., C.S., Team Resolution, a division of GSNH Consulting Inc.

Arbitrations and P3 Projects: Unique Considerations - Presentation
Howard Krupat, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
Jason J. Annibale, McMillan LLP

Dispute Resolution
Jason J. Annibale, McMillan LLP

The In-House Perspective - Presentation
Audrey Faint, Legal Counsel, Eastern Canadian Operations, PCL Constructors Inc.

Checklist
Audrey Faint, Legal Counsel, Eastern Canadian Operations, PCL Constructors Inc.

Dispute Resolution Provisions and Competing Proceedings - Presentation
Sharon Vogel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

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