ADR

B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal keeps ‘doors open’ during pandemic

B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal keeps ‘doors open’ during pandemic

CRT is able to stay fully operational because it operates remotely

B.C. Court rules in favour of Amazon arbitration clause

B.C. Court rules in favour of Amazon arbitration clause

Plaintiff unsuccessfully argued facts were similar to Heller v. Uber, which is before the SCC

Alberta government proposes changes to mobile home landlord/tenant dispute resolution

Alberta government proposes changes to mobile home landlord/tenant dispute resolution

Province says amendment will lighten the burden on the court system

Langlois welcomes new partner Christiane Brizard

Langlois welcomes new partner Christiane Brizard

Christiane Brizard is an accredited mediator

New framework for Med-Arb to be launched in November

New framework for Med-Arb to be launched in November

The ADR Institute of Canada has drafted a framework for mediation-arbitration processes.

SCC rules business customers excluded from class action against TELUS, must arbitrate

SCC rules business customers excluded from class action against TELUS, must arbitrate

Business customers with claims against TELUS Communications must pursue their cases through arbitration rather than as part of a class action, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today in a decision that set guidelines for cases in which consumer class actions and arbitration clauses intersect.