Program Chair(s)

Lorne H. Wolfson, FDRP Arb.

Torkin Manes LLP; Past FDRIO Chair

Marvin J. Huberman, LLB., LLM., FCIArb, FAIADR

President of ADRIO

Arbitration is one method of dispute resolution and is likely to continue to play an increasing role in our justice system, requiring a special skill set and raising unique challenges for all those involved.

OsgoodePD in co-operation with the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), offers this essential guide to the impact of the new law on your workplace.

What You’ll learn

the procedural issues in arbitration and how the decision to arbitrate is made and why?

the ethical issues at play in the professional practice of arbitration and the skills to face them transparently and thoughtfully

your role as an effective advocate from preparation to problem-solving to documenting the settlement and beyond

a better understanding of the court’s attitudes towards judicial review

the creative uses of the arbitration process: going beyond the do’s and don’ts

Developed as part of a unique partnership, this joint ADRIO/FDRIO/OsgoodePD program will provide a forum for discussion focusing on broadening the skills of those currently working in arbitration and provide a wealth of information for those contemplating a career in arbitration or those who simply work in dispute resolution and need a grounding of the concepts.

Who Should Attend

Mediators

Arbitrators

ADR Professionals

Anyone dealing with dispute resolution issues

Human Resources Professionals

Lawyers who practice in: family, civil litigation, labour/employment, bankruptcy/insolvency, commercial, wills/estates

Financial professionals including evaluators, actuaries, forensic accountants

Government Employees

Business Leaders

Union Representatives

Counselors

Parenting Coordinators

Faculty

Program Chairs

Lorne H. Wolfson, FDRP Arb.

Torkin Manes LLP; Past FDRIO Chair

Marvin J. Huberman, LLB., LLM., FCIArb, FAIADR

President of ADRIO

Keynote

The Honourable Thomas Albert Cromwell, C.C.

Senior Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP; Former Justice, Supreme Court of Canada; “The Flexibility of Arbitration and the Possibilities of User-Designed Approaches”

Faculty

Agenda

 View the program brochure and agenda to see what you’ll learn from leading experts.

Register

Available course sections

Recorded: Apr 17, 2019

$495 + HST

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CPD and Accreditation

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CPD Hours
Format
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Substantive 4h 35m
Professional1h 30m
Total6h 5m

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