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ADR Institute of Canada seeks out experts in the field of ADR to present at their annual conferences. This highly specialized information is available nowhere else, so we record some of the most popular and dynamic sessions to make them available to you online.

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Court Intervention in Arbitral Disputes: Good, Bad or Ugly? - 2015

 

Moderator: Hon. Clifton D. O’Brien, QC

 

Bryan C. Duguid, QC, FCIArb, Firm Chairperson, Jensen Shawa Solomon Duguid Hawkes LLP

 

Janine Watson, TransCanada Energy Ltd.

 

Courts intervene in arbitral disputes at various junctures. Sometimes, that assists the arbitral process. Other times, not. This session will highlight and provide views on key recent (and potential upcoming) developments in this area.

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Price: $69.00
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Damages Quantification - 2015

 

Moderator: Rachel A. Howie, Dentons Canada LLP

 

Barbara L. Morton, CA, CPA, CBV, Ernst & Young LLP

 

Melissa N. Burkett, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

 

Calculation of damages in arbitration, for initial claim analysis and for ultimate submission to and argument before a Tribunal, can be a complicated process. Claimants and Respondents can vary not only in the quantum they asses for damages but in their methodology for arriving at a given figure. In this panel speakers will discuss valuation methodologies and how best to convey damages quantification to a Tribunal.

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Price: $69.00
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Drafting Effective Settlement Agreements - 2015

 

Moderator: Thierry Bériault, LL.L., D.PRD, C.Med, Bériault, prévention et règlement des différends inc.

 

Laura Bruneau, B.A., LL.B., CMC , Principal, Bruneau Group

 

P. David McCutcheon, C.Arb, Dentons Canada LLP

 

An interactive session with role play by counsel and the mediator/arbitrator on putting a settlement into writing. Points covered will include: A condition to performance; settlement over time – security, penalties; injunction remedies for breach; court enforcement - judgment now or later; who signs? who are the right parties?; confidentiality and disclosure; scope of releases; future considerations; relationship language; tax considerations; applicable law clauses; foreign enforcement issues…

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Price: $69.00
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Expert Witnesses in Arbitration - 2015

 

Moderator: Michael Schafler, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP

 

J. Brian Casey, B.Eng, JD, LL.M, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers

 

Rob Koller, Partner, Financial Advisory, Deloitte

 

Neal Mizrahi, CPA, CA, CBV, Managing Director, FTI Consulting

 

Recently, there have been a number of pronouncements by various courts concerning the duties and role of expert witnesses. This panel consisting of two leading experts and one of Canada’s best known arbitrators will discuss these decisions and the extent to which the role of experts in international and domestic arbitrations may differ from court proceedings.

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Price: $69.00
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How to Ensure Arbitration is Not Just Private Litigation - 2015

 

Stephen Antle, B.A., LL.B., C.Arb, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

 

Michael Erdle, C.Med, C.Arb, Practical Resolutions Inc.

 

Arbitration has many potential advantages over litigation. But too often those advantages are not realized, and arbitration is nothing more than private litigation. Learn how to think outside the litigation box - in drafting arbitration agreements, choosing an arbitrator and shaping and conducting the arbitration.

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Price: $69.00
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Managing Conflict in Organizations: a Cross-Country Perspective - 2015

 

Moderator: Jim Musgrave, QC, C.Med, Partner, Workplace Investigator, Cox & Palmer LLP;

 

Andrew Butt, C.Med, TRIAD Conflict Management and Consulting;

 

M. Scott Siemens, C.Med, Manager, Human Resources, Government of Canada;

 

Chuck Smith, CHRP, Q.Med, Sr. Human Resources Advisor, Syncrude Canada Ltd.

 

Our expert panelists bring a wealth of experience in private sector, government and unionized environments. Learn how to successfully embed ADR in the culture and policies of your organization, and the full range of appropriate early/informal and formal interventions available to the organization's conflict resolution provider.

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Price: $69.00
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The Great Med-Arb Debate: Flexibility + Finality, or A Hybrid Trap? - 2015


Moderator: Elton Simoes, B.A. (Law), M.A. (Dispute Resolution), M.B.A.

 

David McCutcheon, LL.B., C.Arb

 

Michael Erdle, C.Med, C.Arb; Roy McPhail, Q.Arb, Q.Med

 

Med-Arb combines well-established processes for conflict resolution into one hybrid process. It offers parties both the ability to obtain a definite resolution of a particular dispute; and the flexibility to pursue consensual settlement prior to or during binding arbitration. This panel will stimulate thinking about the Med?Arb process, its advantages and limitations; probe the questions that dispute resolution professionals should explore with their clients when Med?Arb is considered; and discuss the ethical and professional standards.

 

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Price: $69.00
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Understanding the Challenges of Workplace Bullying (WPB) - 2015

 

Pat Ferris, MSW, RSW, M.Sc., Ph.D, Partner, Janus Associates Psychological Services

 

Danielle Forth, MSc, RPsych, Woohoo Inc., Partner

 

Identifying targets' experiences of WPB and additional challenges faced when navigating multiples systems for support. Using case examples to focus on understanding where the line is between bullying, conflict, tough management. Providing practical tools to increase happiness at work, manage stress, and motivate employees.

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Price: $69.00
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When Pash Comes To Shove: Lessons From - 2015

 

Moderator: Norm Emblem, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP

 

Doug Hodson, QC, MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP

 

Michael F. Mooney, Vice-President, Crawford Class Action Services;

 

Barbara Capes, Associate, Dentons Canada LLP

 

- levelling the playing

- field adequacy of notice

- proper disclosure

- fairness

- due process

 

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Price: $69.00
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Your Ombuds Office - 2015

 

Marjorie Munroe, C.Med., C.T.P., BAHons, Co-Director, Workplace Fairness Alberta

 

Michelle Phaneuf, P.Eng C.Med, Co-Director, Workplace Fairness Alberta

 

Why would an organization want or need an Ombuds office? Is it too expensive? Why bother if you are not outwardly facing to the public, like a bank? Healthy organizations rely on proactive conflict management solutions, and the Ombuds office can be an important piece of the conflict management system for organizations of all sizes.

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Confidentiality in Arbitration and Mediation: Does It Exist? How Can We Enforce It? - 2014

1 part (1hr 11mins)

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Moderator: Jim McCartney, LLB, C.Arb, C.Med, McCartney ADR;


David Bristow, QC, LSM, Mediation & Arbitration;


Bruce Garrow, FCIArb, Mediator & Arbitrator, JAMS;


Louise Novinger Grant, Burnet Duckworth & Palmer.


Most mediating and arbitrating parties, and often their counsel, assume the proceedings are private and confidential. Recent events suggest the assumption may be wrong. Arbitration hearings open to the public! Mediation discussions disclosed in open court! This panel will discuss the law and practice in domestic and international contexts. The takeaway: how to achieve ADR privacy and confidentiality when you want it.


This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**- 1.25; LSUC Professional - 1.25; QC - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.5; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Sports Arbitration: How it Works and Why it Works - 2014

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"Sports Arbitration: How it Works and Why it Works"


Richard W. Pound, O.C., O.Q., Q.C., Ad. E., FCA, Stikeman Elliott


Arbitration in sports-related matters has proven to be effective across a broad range of issues, including governance, disciplinary and economic. Its structure, process and remedies may have application in other forms of ADR.

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - .75; SK**- .75; LSUC Substantive - .75; QC - .75; PEI - .75; ADRIC - 1.5; MediateBC - .75.


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The Use of ADR in Class Actions: An Historical Perspective - 2014

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Norm Emblem, Dentons;


Gordon Kaiser, Kaiser Arbitration;


Robert W. Leurer, MLT LLP;


Marie-Anaïs Sauvé, Sylvestre Fafard Painchaud.


Discussion to include: the requirement in class proceedings legislation as part of the certification / authorization process for plans for the proceeding that set out workable methods of advancing the proceeding including elements of ADR (e.g. mediations, arbitrations); Designing a plan for a class proceeding incorporating ADR (plaintiff's perspective vs. defendant's perspective); Class Arbitrations - the US experience.

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**- 1.25; LSUC Professional - 1.25; QC - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.5; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Judicial Dispute Resolution (JDR) and the Questions It Raises - 2014

1 part (48mins)

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Lawrence Susskind, PhD


Prof. Susskind will review the arguments for and against JDR and the role of judges as dispute resolvers; analyze the ethical implications of “tracking" certain legal disputes into JDR; assess the strengths and weaknesses of judges attempting to act as mediators in JDR situations; and compare Canada’s approach to JDR with judicial settlement techniques in the United States and elsewhere.


This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - .75; SK**- .75; LSUC Substantive - .75; QC - .75; PEI - .75; ADRIC - 1.5; MediateBC - .75.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Evidence in International Commercial Arbitrations (ICC) - 2014

1 part (59mins)

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Moderator: Thomas G. Heintzman, OC, QC, Arbitration Place and McCarthy Tétrault, Toronto;


J. Brian Casey, B.Eng, JD, LLM, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers, Toronto;


Troy Harris, FCIArb, Miller Canfield, Detroit;


Erin Miller Rankin, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Dubai;


Neal Mizrahi, CPA, CA, CBV, FTI Consulting, Toronto.


What laws of evidence should apply to an International commercial arbitration? The answer is uncertain because there is no formal international law of evidence. Moreover, the ethical rules relating to evidence may be different in different countries. This panel will discuss how the international law of evidence is evolving through international protocols and how trans-border ethical issues are being addressed.

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**- 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; QC - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.5; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Conflict of Interest and Ethics - 2014

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Moderator: Francis Rouleau, Blake, Cassels & Graydon;


Joel Richler Blake, Cassels & Graydon;


David Stolow, Davies.


Fundamental questions on ethical guidance arise in the context of international arbitrations with respect to the appointment of arbitrators, their impartiality as party-appointed arbitrators, the extent of the pre-appointment discussions, the preparation of witnesses, and the power of arbitrators to remove counsel.  Our panelists will explore these questions and consider whether the IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration are of any assistance to resolve these issues.

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**- 1.25; LSUC Professional - 1.25; QC - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.5; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Practical Issues in Domestic Commercial Arbitration - 2014

1 part (1hr 18mins)

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Moderator: Stephen Antle, C.Arb, Borden Ladner Gervais,


Sven Deimann, Head of Legal, Codes and Standards, Bombardier Transportation;


Barry Fisher, former VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, SAP Canada;


Douglas I. D. McLean , Associate General Counsel & Director - Litigation, Arbitration & ADR, TransCanada PipeLines Limited


Join four experienced Canadian in-house counsel to discuss the practical realities of commercial arbitration.  What are its potential benefits?  How can we actually realize them?  Why do we sometimes not realize them? What are the key considerations in drafting arbitration agreements, appointing arbitration counsel and choosing arbitrators? In the actual conduct of arbitrations?


This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**- 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; QC - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.5; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.


**The Law Society of Saskatchewan requests that you add "recorded version" after the session name when submitting.
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Managing Complex “Bet the Farm” Arbitrations: Client, Counsel and Arbitrator Perspectives

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Topics discussed: Impact on counsel’s risk-reward assessments; Involving the client in risk-defining decisions; Role of project management; Role of costs awards; Differences between complex arbitrations, ordinary arbitrations, and Complex trials; Challenges facing the Arbitrator. Client perspectives will also be shared.

Moderator: Paul Lalonde, Heenan Blaikie LLP; Ahab Abdel-Aziz, Heenan Blaikie LLP; Don Jack, Aird and Berlis LLP; The Honourable Coulter A. Osborne, QC, Arbitration Place; William J. Hartnett, QC, Imperial Oil Limited

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Professional - 0.5; LSUC Substantive - 0.75; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

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Thinking Outside the Litigation Box to Realize ALL Potential Benefits of Commercial Arbitration!

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This "all star" panel will allow you to:

- Learn to avoid “compressed litigation”
- Design an arbitration agreement that resolves disputes that are actually likely to arise.

 

Moderator: William G. Horton, C.Arb, WGH Professional Law Corporation; Stephen Antle, C.Arb, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP; Norm Emblem, Dentons; Sabri Shawa, QC, Jensen Shawa Solomon Duguid Hawkes LLP.

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK**-1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; QC - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Online Dispute Resolution

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ODR is about more than just applying technology to existing processes: it is an evolving and new field where technology has been called the "fourth" party. This workshop will acquaint participants with the opportunities of technology and ADR. Leading experts in the field will discuss ODR best practices, the challenges of resolving disputes online, practical aspects of designing and implementing ODR systems. Nongeeks welcome: no prior technology experience required.

 

Moderator: Colm Brannigan, C.Med, C.Arb, Mediate.ca; Lloyd Gallagher, Gallagher & Co Consultants Ltd; Colin Rule, Modria; Ernest Thiessen, Smartsettle

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Restorative Justice: a Means to Peaceful Solutions to Conflict & Crime

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RJ practices can reduce post-crime harm for victims, offenders and the community. In this friendly debate, experts discuss how RJ practices might be used more widely in the Criminal Justice System, limited circumstances where RJ is being used now and the basis for resistance in replacing the retributive model with a restorative model.

 

Moderator: Bunny Macfarlane, C.Med, SYZYGY Resolutions; Chris Cowee, Community Justice Initiatives; Daniel Johnson, MediationADR.ca

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Best Practices for Successful Mediation

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From explaining the meaning of "true" vs "false" compromise, to the strategic use of Mary Carter and Pierringer Agreements, this session will enhance your chances of successful mediation by providing insights culled over many years by some of Canada's leading practitioners.

 

Moderator: Stephen Richard Morrison, C.Med, C.Arb, Cassels Brock & Blackwell; Peter Israel, Israel Foulon; Amy Pressman, Davis LLP

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Mastering the Role of Mediation Counsel

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Congratulations, you’re now both litigation and settlement counsel. Preparation – how to balance adversity and conciliation; Impasses – how and why they happen and how they can facilitate resolution; Mediators – what they should do, and more importantly, what they shouldn’t.

 

Moderator: Jamie Dunbar, Mediator, Global Resolutions Inc; Jocelyn M. Campbell, QC, Cox & Palmer; David Morritt, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Professional - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

*The Law Society of British Columbia stipulates that an archived video must be viewed with another member or articling student in order to obtain CPD credits.

 

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Workplace Interventions: The Use of Mediation Skills in Related Workplace Disciplines

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This session explores the wide variety of workplace interventions that use mediation skills as a part of their disciplines. Some of the interventions we will consider are: Investigations; Conflict Coaching; Negotiations; Collective Bargaining; Facilitation; Grievance Administration; Arbitration.

 

Sarah Atkinson, Workplace Resolutions; Jules B. Bloch, Jules B. Bloch Mediation/Arbitration Inc.; Blaine Donais, Workplace Fairness Institute; Cinnie Noble, C.Med, Cinergy Coaching

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Professional - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.25; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Mediating Workplace Disputes

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Workplace mediation challenges abound. This session includes: Tips and techniques for improving communication; Strategies for rebuilding relationships and trust; How to structure the mediation process to manage workplace disputes; and Lessons learned.

 

Anne E. Grant, President, ADR Institute of Ontario; Mediated Solutions

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 1.25; SK** - 1.25; LSUC Substantive - 1.25; NB - 1.25; PEI - 1.25; ADRIC - 2.25; MediateBC - 1.25.

 

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Insights on ADR

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The Honourable Bob Rae, PC, OC, OOnt, QC, Former Federal Leader, Liberal Party; Former Premier of Ontario

 

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 0.75; SK** - 0.75; LSUC Professional - 0.25; LSUC Substantive - 0.75; NB - 0.75; PEI - 0.75; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 0.75.

 

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Observations on Arbitration

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The Honourable Mr. Justice William Ian Corneil Binnie, CC, QC, Lenczner Slaght; Arbitration Place; Former Supreme Court of Canada Justice

This recording has been accredited with CPD credits as follows: BC* - 0.75; SK** - 0.75; LSUC Professional - 0.25; LSUC Substantive - 0.75; NB - 0.75; PEI - 0.75; ADRIC - 2; MediateBC - 0.75.

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ADRIC Conference 2015 - Complete Package

 

This package includes:

 

  • Expert Witnesses in Arbitration
  • How to Ensure Arbitration is Not Just Private Litigation
  • When Pash Comes To Shove: Lessons From "Deflategate" (Inadequacy of Notice and Discovery Drives Vacating of Arbitration Award)
  • Drafting Effective Settlement Agreements
  • Court Intervention in Arbitral Disputes: Good, Bad or Ugly?
  • Damages Quantification
  • The Great Med-Arb Debate: Flexibility + Finality, or A Hybrid Trap?
  • Understanding the Challenges of Workplace Bullying (WPB)
  • Your Ombuds Office
  • Managing Conflict in Organizations: a Cross-Country Perspective

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Court Intervention in Arbitral Disputes: Good, Bad or Ugly? - 2015

 

Moderator: Hon. Clifton D. O’Brien, QC

 

Bryan C. Duguid, QC, FCIArb, Firm Chairperson, Jensen Shawa Solomon Duguid Hawkes LLP

 

Janine Watson, TransCanada Energy Ltd.

 

Courts intervene in arbitral disputes at various junctures. Sometimes, that assists the arbitral process. Other times, not. This session will highlight and provide views on key recent (and potential upcoming) developments in this area.

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Damages Quantification - 2015

 

Moderator: Rachel A. Howie, Dentons Canada LLP

 

Barbara L. Morton, CA, CPA, CBV, Ernst & Young LLP

 

Melissa N. Burkett, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

 

Calculation of damages in arbitration, for initial claim analysis and for ultimate submission to and argument before a Tribunal, can be a complicated process. Claimants and Respondents can vary not only in the quantum they asses for damages but in their methodology for arriving at a given figure. In this panel speakers will discuss valuation methodologies and how best to convey damages quantification to a Tribunal.

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Drafting Effective Settlement Agreements - 2015

 

Moderator: Thierry Bériault, LL.L., D.PRD, C.Med, Bériault, prévention et règlement des différends inc.

 

Laura Bruneau, B.A., LL.B., CMC , Principal, Bruneau Group

 

P. David McCutcheon, C.Arb, Dentons Canada LLP

 

An interactive session with role play by counsel and the mediator/arbitrator on putting a settlement into writing. Points covered will include: A condition to performance; settlement over time – security, penalties; injunction remedies for breach; court enforcement - judgment now or later; who signs? who are the right parties?; confidentiality and disclosure; scope of releases; future considerations; relationship language; tax considerations; applicable law clauses; foreign enforcement issues…

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Price: $69.00
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Expert Witnesses in Arbitration - 2015

 

Moderator: Michael Schafler, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP

 

J. Brian Casey, B.Eng, JD, LL.M, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers

 

Rob Koller, Partner, Financial Advisory, Deloitte

 

Neal Mizrahi, CPA, CA, CBV, Managing Director, FTI Consulting

 

Recently, there have been a number of pronouncements by various courts concerning the duties and role of expert witnesses. This panel consisting of two leading experts and one of Canada’s best known arbitrators will discuss these decisions and the extent to which the role of experts in international and domestic arbitrations may differ from court proceedings.

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Price: $69.00
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How to Ensure Arbitration is Not Just Private Litigation - 2015

 

Stephen Antle, B.A., LL.B., C.Arb, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

 

Michael Erdle, C.Med, C.Arb, Practical Resolutions Inc.

 

Arbitration has many potential advantages over litigation. But too often those advantages are not realized, and arbitration is nothing more than private litigation. Learn how to think outside the litigation box - in drafting arbitration agreements, choosing an arbitrator and shaping and conducting the arbitration.

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Price: $69.00
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Managing Conflict in Organizations: a Cross-Country Perspective - 2015

 

Moderator: Jim Musgrave, QC, C.Med, Partner, Workplace Investigator, Cox & Palmer LLP;

 

Andrew Butt, C.Med, TRIAD Conflict Management and Consulting;

 

M. Scott Siemens, C.Med, Manager, Human Resources, Government of Canada;

 

Chuck Smith, CHRP, Q.Med, Sr. Human Resources Advisor, Syncrude Canada Ltd.

 

Our expert panelists bring a wealth of experience in private sector, government and unionized environments. Learn how to successfully embed ADR in the culture and policies of your organization, and the full range of appropriate early/informal and formal interventions available to the organization's conflict resolution provider.

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The Great Med-Arb Debate: Flexibility + Finality, or A Hybrid Trap? - 2015


Moderator: Elton Simoes, B.A. (Law), M.A. (Dispute Resolution), M.B.A.

 

David McCutcheon, LL.B., C.Arb

 

Michael Erdle, C.Med, C.Arb; Roy McPhail, Q.Arb, Q.Med

 

Med-Arb combines well-established processes for conflict resolution into one hybrid process. It offers parties both the ability to obtain a definite resolution of a particular dispute; and the flexibility to pursue consensual settlement prior to or during binding arbitration. This panel will stimulate thinking about the Med?Arb process, its advantages and limitations; probe the questions that dispute resolution professionals should explore with their clients when Med?Arb is considered; and discuss the ethical and professional standards.

 

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Understanding the Challenges of Workplace Bullying (WPB) - 2015

 

Pat Ferris, MSW, RSW, M.Sc., Ph.D, Partner, Janus Associates Psychological Services

 

Danielle Forth, MSc, RPsych, Woohoo Inc., Partner

 

Identifying targets' experiences of WPB and additional challenges faced when navigating multiples systems for support. Using case examples to focus on understanding where the line is between bullying, conflict, tough management. Providing practical tools to increase happiness at work, manage stress, and motivate employees.

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Price: $69.00
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When Pash Comes To Shove: Lessons From - 2015

 

Moderator: Norm Emblem, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP

 

Doug Hodson, QC, MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP

 

Michael F. Mooney, Vice-President, Crawford Class Action Services;

 

Barbara Capes, Associate, Dentons Canada LLP

 

- levelling the playing

- field adequacy of notice

- proper disclosure

- fairness

- due process

 

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Your Ombuds Office - 2015

 

Marjorie Munroe, C.Med., C.T.P., BAHons, Co-Director, Workplace Fairness Alberta

 

Michelle Phaneuf, P.Eng C.Med, Co-Director, Workplace Fairness Alberta

 

Why would an organization want or need an Ombuds office? Is it too expensive? Why bother if you are not outwardly facing to the public, like a bank? Healthy organizations rely on proactive conflict management solutions, and the Ombuds office can be an important piece of the conflict management system for organizations of all sizes.

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ADRIC Conference 2015 - Complete Package

 

This package includes:

 

  • Expert Witnesses in Arbitration
  • How to Ensure Arbitration is Not Just Private Litigation
  • When Pash Comes To Shove: Lessons From "Deflategate" (Inadequacy of Notice and Discovery Drives Vacating of Arbitration Award)
  • Drafting Effective Settlement Agreements
  • Court Intervention in Arbitral Disputes: Good, Bad or Ugly?
  • Damages Quantification
  • The Great Med-Arb Debate: Flexibility + Finality, or A Hybrid Trap?
  • Understanding the Challenges of Workplace Bullying (WPB)
  • Your Ombuds Office
  • Managing Conflict in Organizations: a Cross-Country Perspective

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Price: $621.00
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