February 11, 2016

Arbitrating Small Commercial Disputes

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Small and medium size businesses can’t afford to litigate in Court.  Arbitration presents an opportunity to deal with small business disputes fast and cost-effectively.

If you want to set yourself apart from the crowd by offering clients representation in a system that works, agree to arbitrate small commercial disputes.

By the end of the evening, we’ll have gone over everything you need to know to competently represent a client before an arbitral tribunal.

March 24, 2016 from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Novotel North York (3 Park Home Ave, Toronto).

 Topics to be covered:

– Why arbitrate small commercial disputes?

– Arbitration agreements

– All you need to know to represent a client in an arbitration

– An overview of Ontario’s Arbitration Act, 1991

– Simple rules to arbitrate by

– What happens at an arbitration hearing?

– International expedited arbitration

– Paralegals and arbitration

– Arbitrating legal fee disputes

– Arbitration ethics

– Enforcing arbitration awards

– The future of small commercial arbitration in Ontario

Arbitrating Small Commecial Disputes

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