CanArbWeek Recordings

Please click the link to view the CanArbWeek 2020 INSOL International Recording on International Insolvency and Mediation. Please click the link to view the CanArbWeek 2020 Opening Ceremony recording. Please click the link to view the CanArbWeek 2020 WCCAS panel recording. Please click the link to view the CanArbWeek 2020 Damages Assessments in International Arbitration recording. Please click the link …

Check It Out! CJCA coverage of CanArbWeek 2020

Missed out on CanArbWeek 2020?  The Canadian Journal of Commercial Arbitration, along with students from Queen’s Law and the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, have provided excellent summaries of the various events, panels and conferences that took place over the week. Posts can be found at:

Opening Ceremony Video

In case you missed out, or would like to view our Opening Ceremony video again, please find a link to the video below:

New Event Added! ICC Canada Tour d’Horizon Premiere Screening and Networking Cocktail

Register today for the virtual Canadian Chamber of Commerce and ICC Canada Tour d’Horizon, held in conjunction with the inaugural #CanArbWeek! The Tour d’Horizon premiere screening and networking cocktail (in collaboration with the Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners (YCAP)) will take place on Thursday, September 17 at 3:30 pm ET.  REGISTER HERE

Additional Details Added – ICC Conference

ICC Canada has just released further details on its Annual Arbitration Conference, taking place during #CanArbWeek2020 on Friday, September 25 at 10:30 am ET. Register today at #arbitration #internationalarbitration

New Event Added!

Register today for the CanArbWeek 2020 fireside conversation with Tomasz J. Sikora on September 22 at 2:00 pm ET. For more details, please visit: #CanArbWeek2020#internationalarbitration#arbitration#firesideconversation

New Event Added – Expert-led Quantification of Damages panel!

Date: Monday, September 21, 2020, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Expert-led damages assessments in international arbitration This panel will explore issues arising as damages assessments in arbitration claims become increasingly complex, both from the perspective of the expert witness who has to make their work accessible to the Tribunal, and from the perspective of the panel, which has to manage …