Arbitration and Mediation
Québec law and the courts favor alternative dispute resolution (ADR) through mediation, arbitration or mediation-arbitration. ADR must be conducted by a neutral expert in the process and in the field concerned.
We can assist you in this process. Benefits include speed, confidentiality, minimization of cost and risk management.
- Negotiation and drafting of mediation and arbitration agreements
- Appointment of mediators and arbitrators
- Representation at pre-hearing conferences, mediation sessions and arbitration hearings (process, schedule, evidence, costs and award)
- Challenge and recognition of arbitral awards
- Homologation of foreign and national awards
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