In its recent decision in Chevron Corp. v. Yaiguaje, the Supreme Court of Canada has held that a foreign judgment may be enforced in Canada
Arbitration law and corporate law are usually thought to be two separate legal categories. But when it comes to remedies, they can overlap, especially in
The articles on this site have often alerted the readers to the hidden dangers of mediation and negotiation clauses in construction contracts. The principle danger
The recent decision in Advanced Explorations Inc. v. Storm Capital Corp. dealt with the question of whether an arbitral tribunal has the authority to decide
In Sociedade-de-Fomento Industrial Private Ltd. v. Pakistan Steel Mills Corp. (Private) Ltd, the British Columbia Court of Appeal recently considered the use of a Mareva
This article will discuss the attitude of Canadian courts toward reviewing arbitral decisions. The decisions of Canadian judges reflect the legislative regime in the provincial
When Is An International Arbitration Award Enforceable Against A Non-Signatory To The Arbitration Agreement?
An important issue relating to enforcement of an arbitral award is whether the award can be enforced against a party who did not sign the
ULCC Working Group Issues Discussion Paper On A New Uniform International Commercial Arbitration Act
In January 2013, a Working Group of the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (“ULCC”) issued a Discussion Paper with respect to proposals for a new
The New Canada-China Foreign Investment Agreement: Will The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules Result In Enforceable Justice?
Canada has recently signed a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) with the People’s Republic of China. Under the Agreement, a complaining investor is