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The Hon. J. Douglas Cunningham Q.C. joins Arbitration Place

Kimberley Stewart, CEO of Arbitration Place and ASAP Reporting Services, is delighted to announce the decision to open state-of-the-art arbitration hearing and out-of-court examination facilities in Ottawa, Canada’s National Capital. Arbitration Place – Ottawa will have resident arbitrators and mediators, and direct access to all of Arbitration Place’s arbitrators and mediators.

Kimberley is also delighted to announce that the Honourable J. Douglas Cunningham Q.C. has joined Arbitration Place, effective today. He will be a Resident Arbitrator in Toronto and will be at the forefront of Arbitration Place – Ottawa.

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Originally published November 16, 2016


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Arbitration Place Welcomes the Honourable Marshall Rothstein, Q.C.

January 25, 2016 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place is delighted to welcome the Honourable Marshall Rothstein, Q.C. to its roster of independent arbitrators. Mr. Rothstein joins as a Member Arbitrator.

Widely recognized as one of Canada’s top legal minds, Mr. Rothstein brings a national perspective andnearly five decades of experience to his arbitration practice, including 9 years on the bench at the Supreme Court of Canada.

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Originally published January 25, 2016



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Chambers Canada Guide 2016 recognizes 11 Arbitrators from Arbitration Place

October 5, 2015 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place, one of the world’s leading centres for arbitration and dispute resolution, today announced that 11 of the centre’s Resident and Member Arbitrators have been ranked in the inaugural edition of the Chambers Canada Guide 2016 by Chambers and Partners, the prominent publisher of legal directories and trade periodicals.

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Originally published October 5, 2015



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Daniel Dawalibi joins Arbitration Place

September 10, 2015 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place and ASAP Reporting Services are delighted that Daniel Dawalibi has joined them as General Counsel and Arbitral Secretary. In his role as Arbitral Secretary, Daniel’s strong legal and administrative skills – together with his international experience and knowledge of the arbitration and litigation process – will enable him to assist our world-class arbitrators in the management and support of ongoing Arbitral Tribunals.

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Originally published September 10, 2015



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PERLEY-ROBERTSON, HILL & McDOUGALL PARTNER NAMED COMMERCIAL JUDGE OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN SUPREME COURT

OTTAWA, January 23, 2015 – Barry Leon, Partner and Head of Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall’s International Arbitration Group, has been appointed as the Commercial Judge of the High Court of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC), effective March 16, 2015. The ECSC is a superior court for the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, which includes Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Anguilla, Montserrat and the British Virgin Islands (BVI). The Commercial Division of the Court is located in the BVI.

With over 25 years of experience, R. Aaron Rubinoff, Partner and firm Co-Chairman will now lead the firm’s International Arbitration Group. Aaron has been a key member of the International Arbitration Group since it was established. He is one of the leading counsel in Canada’s National Capital Region and has acted as counsel in a significant number of arbitrations, both international and domestic.

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Published by PERLEY-ROBERTSON, HILL & McDOUGALL PARTNER. Originally published January 23, 2015


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Another change of status for Doug Jones

January 14, 2015 – The recently remarried Doug Jones has resigned as head of international arbitration at Sydney law firm Clayton Utz, his base for 21 years, to focus on his career as an independent arbitrator; he will also be chairing this year’s centenary celebrations for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

The Australian lawyer will operate primarily from London, where he and his wife, Canadian international arbitration specialist Janet Walker, have a home. He has been a door tenant at Atkin Chambers in London for a number of years.
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Published by Alison Ross, Global Arbitration Review. Originally published January 14, 2015


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Canadian arbitrator goes solo over conflict worries

September 8, 2014 – John Lorn McDougall QC has resigned as partner emeritus and counsel at Dentons Canada because of “the enormity of the conflict problem for arbitrators at a leading worldwide law firm”.

McDougall tells GAR he resigned “with regret” on 27 August and will now practise as an independent arbitrator associated with Arbitration Place in Toronto (a hearing centre that provides office space and administrative support for arbitrators) and 3 Verulam Buildings barristers’ chambers in London, where he is a door tenant along with fellow Canadian arbitrator Earl Cherniak, QC.
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Published by Alison Ross, Global Arbitration Review. Originally published September 8, 2014


No argument that Doug Jones is disputes king

August 13, 2014 – The winner of the Michael Kirby Lifetime Achievement Award, proudly sponsored by the Nexus Law Group, has had a profound impact on the international legal scene.

Senior Clayton Utz partner Professor Doug Jones received the highest individual award at the Lawyers Weekly Law Awards, proudly sponsored by Michael Page Legal, on Friday night (8 August).
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Published by Justin Whealing, Lawyers Weekly. Originally published August 12, 2014


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Canadian finds base in London

September 9, 2014 – Canadian arbitrator and legal academic Janet Walker has joined a barristers’ chambers in London.

Walker will operate from Outer Temple Chambers as an associate member. She and her husband, Australian arbitrator Doug Jones, are expected to spend increasing amounts of time in London, where they have a home and where he is an arbitrator-tenant at Atkin Chambers.
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Published by Global Arbitration Review. Originally published September 9, 2014


No argument that Doug Jones is disputes king

August 13, 2014 – The winner of the Michael Kirby Lifetime Achievement Award, proudly sponsored by the Nexus Law Group, has had a profound impact on the international legal scene.

Senior Clayton Utz partner Professor Doug Jones received the highest individual award at the Lawyers Weekly Law Awards, proudly sponsored by Michael Page Legal, on Friday night (8 August).
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Published by Justin Whealing, Lawyers Weekly. Originally published August 12, 2014


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Anne Marie Whitesell goes full-time at Georgetown University

June 27, 2014 – Anne Marie Whitesell has become professor and director of international dispute resolution programmes at Georgetown University Law Centre. She had already served for several years as an adjunct professor at the university. Whitesell joins from Dechert in DC where she spent six years as of counsel in the firm’s international arbitration department.

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Published by Who’s Who Legal. Originally published June 27, 2014


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Ex-CJI Lahoti, Fortier named arbiters in Vodafone case

June 18, 2014 – The stage is being set for international arbitration for the Rs 20,000-crore tax dispute between New Delhi and British telecom major Vodafone, with both sides appointing their arbitrators. Sources told FE that the Centre on Monday appointed former chief justice RC Lahoti as its arbitrator in the high-profile case. On its part, Vodafone is learnt to have named renowned arbitrator and diplomat Yves Fortier.

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Published by The Financial Express. Originally published June 18, 2014


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A friendly place to seek enforcement of international arbitral awards

April 10, 2014 – Recent decisions of the British Columbia Supreme Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal have upheld the integrity of the arbitral process by enforcing international arbitral awards. Both courts applied the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model Law and New York Convention, as adopted by the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario, noting the mandatory nature of the enforcement provisions and refusing to exercise their discretion to refuse enforcement on the limited grounds available.

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Article by Craig R Chiasson of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP for Lexology. Originally published April 10, 2014


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A New Era of Dispute Resolution: The launch of the Winkler Institute at Osgoode

April 2, 2014 – In the latter stages of his judicial career, Ontario Chief Justice Warren K. Winkler was fond of sermonizing from his self-described “bully pulpit” about the virtues of crafting new methods to settle legal disputes.

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Story by Kirk Makin, Continuum Magazine. Originally published Winter, 2014


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Winkler is moving forward and looking back

March 19, 2014 – Justice Warren Winkler’s retirement as Chief Justice of Ontario late last year spelled the end of a curious footnote in Canada’s judicial system.

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Story by Bryan Passifiume, Pincher Creek Echo. Originally published March 19, 2014


Life after the bench: Retired judges embrace ADR

March 19, 2014 – A growing number of judges are foregoing retirement and joining alternative dispute resolution (ADR) firms when they hit 75, proving that there is life after the bench.

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Story by Jim Middlemiss, Financial Post. Originally published March 19, 2014


Laos casino claim clears hurdle

February 27, 2014 – In a decision issued on 21 February, a panel chaired by Ian Binnie QC said it had jurisdiction under the Netherlands-Laos bilateral investment treaty to hear claims relating to an 80 per cent tax on gambling revenues because the tax dispute did not arise until after the investor had acquired Dutch nationality..

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Story by Doulgas Thomson, Global Arbitration Review. Originally published February 24, 2014


Perley-Robertson lawyer wins international diversity award

February 27, 2014 – Barry Leon of Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall has won the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity in Alternative Resolution.

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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Financial Post. Originally published February 27, 2014


Canada signs on to investment dispute treaty

January 17, 2014 – In a development that has been described as a watershed event for Canadian business investing abroad, Canada recently ratified an international treaty that will provide investors with access to an effective and impartial dispute resolution mechanism to resolve investment disputes with host states.

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Story by Luis Millan, The Lawyers Weekly. Originally published January 17, 2014


Toronto centre gains three arbitrators

January 9, 2014 (Toronto) – Toronto‘s Arbitration Place has added three new arbitrators to its ranks: Australia’s Douglas Jones AO, London-based Thomas Webster and the recently retired
Chief Justice of Ontario, Warren Winkler QC.

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Story by Leo Szolnoki, Global Arbitration Review. Originally published January 9, 2014



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Epstein, Marrocco touted as potential next chief justice

January 13, 2014 (Toronto) – With former Ontario chief justice Warren Winkler now out of the job for more than a month, some prominent lawyers are making predictions on who will replace him. Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby thinks Ontario Court of Appeal Justice Gloria Epstein has a good shot at the job. “She’s got the experience and she’s a woman. It’s time for a woman,” he says.

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Story by Yamri Taddese, Law Times. Originally published January 13, 2014


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The Honourable Warren K. Winkler, Q.C., to join Arbitration Place

January 6, 2014 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place is delighted to announce that recently retired
Chief Justice of Ontario, The Honourable Warren K. Winkler, Q.C., is joining Arbitration Place as a Resident Mediator and Arbitrator. The former Chief Justice, often referred to as “Canada’s
Mediator”, has gained a reputation for resolving some of Canada’s most difficult disputes.

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Originally published January 13, 2014



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Chief Justice Warren Winkler joins Arbitration Place

The recently retired Chief Justice of Ontario, Warren Winkler, is joining Toronto’s Arbitration Place as a resident mediator and arbitrator. Winkler, who has been called “Canada’s mediator” for his knack of resolving difficult disputes, spent 14 years as a trial judge in the Superior Court of Justice before taking the reins of the Court of Appeal in 2007.

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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published January 6, 2014



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Inspiration to act

January 6, 2014 (Toronto) –In early December, Warren Winkler retired as the chief justice of Ontario. The man and his career were feted in a variety of ways including an Advocates’ Society 1,000-plus person farewell dinner that included dignitaries such as fellow Pincher Creek, Alta., denizen Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin.

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Story by Gail J. Cohen, Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Originally published January 6, 2014



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Arbitration Place congratulates the Honourable Justice Graeme Mew on his appointment as a judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Toronto) and wishes him well.

Justice Mew was a member Arbitrator at Arbitration Place since its founding. He practised law with Clyde & Co. Canada LLP in Toronto and was a Barrister in England and Wales. His practice included civil litigation, insurance law, sports law, arbitration and mediation. He has been well known as a sports and insurance arbitration practitioner (including as an arbitrator at the London Olympics), as well as a commercial arbitration practitioner. He was active in the Commonwealth Lawyers Association and is a past president.

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Originally published December 20, 2013


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Inspiration to act

January 6, 2014 (Toronto) –In early December, Warren Winkler retired as the chief justice of Ontario. The man and his career were feted in a variety of ways including an Advocates’ Society 1,000-plus person farewell dinner that included dignitaries such as fellow Pincher Creek, Alta., denizen Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin.

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Story by Gail J. Cohen, Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Originally published January 6, 2014


Elections Canada Hosts Inaugural Advisory Board Meeting on Federal Electoral System

The Elections Canada Advisory Board held two productive days of discussions at its inaugural meeting in Ottawa this week. The Advisory Board, announced by Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand in October, was formed to provide non-partisan advice on matters related to Canada’s electoral system.

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Story by Digital Journal. Originally published December 18, 2013


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Elections Canada appoints high-powered board as federal government prepares new elections law

Elections Canada announced Tuesday that it has appointed an advisory board, co-chaired by former auditor general Sheila Fraser and former Supreme Court justice Ian Binnie, the day before the government is expected to announce changes to the Elections Act in the speech from the throne.

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Story by Stephen Maher, Postmedia News. Originally published October 15, 2013


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Independent mediator nominated to facilitate ERC Accord negotiations

Graeme Mew will perform the role of mediator to drive a fully independent process of facilitating negotiations regarding the formation of a new Accord for the structure of European club rugby tournaments for the 2014/15 season and beyond.

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Story by ERC. Originally published September 20, 2013



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Leading lawyer Graeme Mew appointed to try to resolve Heineken Cup row

The New York International Arbitration Center (NYIAC) officially opens its doors today in midtown Manhattan. NYIAC is a nonprofit organization formed with the support of 36 leading law firms to advance, strengthen and promote the conduct of international arbitration in New York. NYIAC offers world-class hearing rooms and state-of-the-art technology for international arbitrations of any size.

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Story by theguardian.com. Originally published September 20, 2013


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New York International Arbitration Center Launches in Manhattan

The leading clubs in England and France will decide next week whether to meet a mediator appointed by the Heineken Cup organisers to help save the tournament.

Graeme Mew, a Canadian lawyer with considerable experience in dispute resolution…

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Story by The Wall Street Journal. Originally published June 17, 2013



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ICC signs up to Toronto arbitration centre

The International Chamber of Commerce has entered into an agreement with Arbitration Place in Toronto to bolster its presence in North America – a positive development for those in the practice area, says Toronto lawyer and arbitrator Earl Cherniak.

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 Advocate Daily. Originally published June 12, 2013



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ICC signs up to Toronto arbitration centre

The International Chamber of Commerce has increased its presence in the Americas by signing a memorandum of understanding with an arbitration hearing centre in Canada.

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Story by Tom Moore, CDR News. Originally published May 22, 2013



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Toronto’s Arbitration Profile Boosted

The International Chamber of Commerce has announced an agreement with Arbitration Place in Toronto to bolster its presence in North America.

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 Law Times. Originally published May 27, 2013



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Toronto gets boost in international arbitration profile

The International Chamber of Commerce has announced an agreement with Arbitration Place in Toronto to bolster the international body’s presence in North America.

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Story by Jennifer Brown, Legal Feeds.Originally published May 22, 2013



ICC builds link with Toronto ahead of New York opening

May 21, 2013 – With a date yet to be confirmed for the opening of the New York branch of its secretariat, the ICC International Court of Arbitration has entered a memorandum of understanding with Toronto-based hearing centre Arbitration Place, paving the way for the conduct of ICC arbitrations at the venue.

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 Originally published May 21, 2013



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Arbitration Place appoints counsel with legal technology and eDiscovery experience to meet the growing need for electronic hearings and discoveries

May 13, 2013 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place and ASAP Reporting Services are delighted that Crystal O’Donnell, LL.B., LL.M. has joined them as Corporate Counsel and Resident Arbitral Tribunal Secretary.

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Originally published May 13, 2013



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MOU with Arbitration Place boosts ICC Arbitration in North America

May 21, 2013 (Paris) – A memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the International Chamber of Commerce and Arbitration Place – an arbitration hearing centre in Toronto, Canada – is set to benefit the international arbitration community and reinforce the ICC International Court of Arbitration’s commitment to North America.

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Originally published May 21, 2013



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Arbitration Place appoints counsel with legal technology and eDiscovery experience to meet the growing need for electronic hearings and discoveries

May 13, 2013 (Toronto) – Arbitration Place and ASAP Reporting Services are delighted that Crystal O’Donnell, LL.B., LL.M. has joined them as Corporate Counsel and Resident Arbitral Tribunal Secretary.

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Originally published May 13, 2013




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The Coulter Osborne Award

After a long and renowned career as a respected litigation lawyer in Waterloo Region, The Honourable Coulter A. Osborne went on to be appointed a Justice of the Superior Court, a Justice of the Ontario Court of Appeal and Integrity Commissioner of Ontario. It is fitting that is 2003 when the Association decided to institute an award to recognize Waterloo Region lawyers who combine impeccable professional standards of practice with civility and consideration for those with whom they work, that Coulter Osborne would agree to have this award named in his honour.

 

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Arbitration goes global

The ICC International Court of Arbitration is opening a New York office to serve the Canadian and U.S. market for arbitrations. “We need a physical presence in North America to show that the ICC is committed to investing in North America,” says Andrea Carlevaris

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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Feb 5, 2013



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ICC Secretary-General Carlevaris to speak in Toronto

The new Secretary-General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Andrea Carlevaris, will speak at a luncheon at Arbitration Place in the Bay Adelaide Centre in Toronto on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013 at 12:30 p.m.

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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Jan 23, 2013



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Three New Centres Helping Put Canada On Global ADR Map

Last spring was a season of new beginnings for the alternative dispute resolution landscape in Toronto.

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Story by Mallory Hendry,  Law Times. Originally published Dec 19, 2012



Daniel Nestor, Pat Quinn among Order of Canada recipients

Tennis star Daniel Nestor and longtime NHL coach and general manager Pat Quinn are among the 44 Order of Canada honourees being recognized today. Others receiving Order of Canada honours at an investiture ceremony at Rideau Hall include:

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Story by CBC News. Originally published Nov 23, 2012



Toronto Centre Adds Advisory Board

Canadian arbitrator J William Rowley QC and former ICC secretary general Anne Marie Whitesell are among a 14-strong advisory board just added to Toronto’s newest arbitral hearing centre.

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Story by Alyx Barker, gar. Originally published Sept 4, 2012



City economy benefits from arbitration says Toronto study

Toronto will play host to an estimated 425 arbitrations this year bringing C$156 million to the city’s economy, according toa study commissioned by a new arbitration hearing centre and conducted by global consulting firm Charles River Associates.

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Story by Alison Ross, gar. Originally published Sept 12, 2012



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Arbitration worth over a quarter-billion dollars a year to Toronto economy

Toronto will play host to an estimated 425 arbitrations this year bringing $256-million into the city’s economy, according to a study commissioned by Arbitration Place, a state-of-the-art Canadian arbitration centre, and conducted by consultants at global consulting firm Charles River Associates (CRA).

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Story by Arbitration Place. Originally published Sept 12, 2012



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Arbitration is good for a city’s coffers

Arbitrations may not have the star power of the Toronto International Film Festival, but they contribute almost $100-million more to the city’s economy.
The 425 arbitrations Toronto is expected to host in 2012 will bring $256.3-million into the city’s economy…

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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Sept 12, 2012



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Arbitration Place names advisory board

Toronto’s new state-of-the-art arbitration centre, Arbitration Place, has announced the composition of its Advisory Board.

The appointees include Geoff Creighton, general counsel at IGM Financial Inc.; Daniel Desjardins, GC at Bombardier Inc.; Sanjeev Dhawan, president of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Ontario Chapter…
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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Sept 5, 2012



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Arbitration Place Announces Advisory Board

Arbitration Place, a fully integrated state-of-the-art-Canadian arbitration centre, is please to name the members of its newly formed Advisory Board.
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Story by Arbitration Place. Originally published Sept 5, 2012



Try Toronto?

With a new arbitration hearing facility launched in April and a project under way to review and update Canada’s broader commercial arbitration legislation, Kyriaki Karadelis examines whether Toronto is set to be the next big arbitral seat.
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Story by Kyriaki Karadelis, gar. Originally published Aug. 16, 2012



Editor’s Note: Exemplary Behaviour

There has never been a better time to be Ian Binnie.
Everywhere I turn, this recently “retired” Supreme Court judge is there, often being feted with awards and celebrated for his amazingly long list of accomplishments.
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Story by Melissa Kluger, Precedent. Originally published June 01, 2012



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Negotiation icon Roger Fisher dies

Roger Fisher, the Samuel Williston Professor of Law (Emeritus) at Harvard Law School, who had a special connection with the Toronto legal community, died on Saturday at the age of 90.
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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Aug. 27, 2012


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Canada close to ratifying international investment dispute treaty: Yves Fortier

According to no less an authority than Yves Fortier, the globally renowned arbitrator and former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations, Canada may finally be ready to ratify the ICSID Convention on investor-state disputes.
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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Legal Post. Originally published Aug. 7, 2012


This must be the Place

Some of Canada’s most prominent arbitrators gathered in Toronto yesterday to witness the formal launch of Arbitration Place, a new hearing centre that could turn the city into a key seat for business disputes.
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Story by KYRIAKI KARADELIS, gar. Originally published Apr. 19, 2012


Binnie eager to see ‘other side of the adjudication ladder’

Former Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie is eager to see “other side of the adjudication ladder” in joining the newest player in Bay Street’s arbitration scene.
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Story by Meredith Morrison, Law Times. Originally published Apr. 16, 2012


New Centre Aims to Help Make Canada a Seat for International Arbitration

TORONTO, April 16, 2012 /CNW/ – Arbitration Place, a fully integrated state-of-the-art arbitration hearing centre in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, will formally open its doors April 18, 2012, with some of Canada’s most distinguished arbitrators.
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Story by Canada NewsWire. Originally published Apr. 16, 2012


Reflections after 14 years on the Supreme Court

Last fall, after 14 years on the bench, Justice Ian Binnie retired from the Supreme Court of Canada. With this coming Tuesday marking the 30th anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, as well as the patriation of the Constitution, Evan sits down with Ian Binnie to talk about the Charter’s impact, mandatory minimums, and whether Supreme Court judges should be bilingual.

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Click the link above to hear the podcast. To hear justice Ian Binnie speak about Arbitration Place, please skip to 16:37.

Story by Evan Soloman, CBC Radio. Originally published Apr. 14, 2012


Former Canadian Supreme Court Justice Joins Toronto Litigation Boutique

Ian Binnie, former justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, says he never aspired to a seat on the country’s highest bench. “The odds are so low of it happening, there’s no point. But if the opportunity falls out of the sky and lands in your lap, you grab it,” he says.
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Story by Claire Zillman, THE AM LAW DAILY. Originally published Apr. 13, 2012


Ex-Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie joins Lenczners

Former Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie has returned to private practice, joining prominent Toronto litigation boutique Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP as counsel and joining Toronto-based Arbitration Place as a Resident Arbitrator.
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Story by Julius Melnitzer, Financial Post. Originally published Apr. 11, 2012.


Former Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie joins Lenczner Slaght, Arbitration Place

Former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Ian Binnie has joined boutique litigation firm Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP as counsel, as well as Arbitration Place, where he’ll work as a resident arbitrator, it was announced Tuesday.
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Story by Ryan Starr, The Precedent. Originally published April 10, 2012.


New player enters arbitration scene

Some big names are joining the newest player in Toronto’s arbitration scene.

On April 18, Arbitration Place in Toronto’s financial district will hold its official opening at the Bay Adelaide Centre.
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Story by Glenn Kauth, Legal Feeds. Originally published April 09, 2012.