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Recent Developments in International Arbitration in Canada and London: a comparative review

2nd April 2009

The Rt Hon Lord Bingham of Cornhill KG, Chairman of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law

Jack Marshall QC, Western Canada Arbitration Round Table, and Senior Counsel, Macleod Dixon LLP, Calgary
Graeme Mew, Arbitration Roundtable of Toronto, and Nicholl Paskell-Mede LLP, Toronto
Isabelle Michou, Herbert Smith LLP, Paris
Khawar Qureshi QC, Serle Court, London, and McNair Chambers, Qatar

This seminar will review recent arbitration decisions of the courts in Canada and England & Wales and consider whether they have adopted a supportive role to the arbitral process. There have been some interesting developments in both jurisdictions and the impact of these will be discussed. The main aim is to stimulate debate on whether the courts in both jurisdictions have been successful in striking the balance between assisting the arbitration procedure without overly intervening.

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