The Alberta Law Reform Institute has published Final Report 103 – Arbitration Act: Stay and Appeal Issues. Many legal disputes are arbitrated outside the court system using the Alberta Arbitration Act. Over the years, certain issues have arisen which affect the ideal functioning of the arbitration system. Following public consultation, the Alberta Law Reform Institute has now released Final Report 103 – Arbitration Act: Stay and Appeal Issues.
|AREA OF LAW||Administration of Justice Alternate Dispute Resolution|
|TAGS||mediation, stay, dispute, resolution, arbitrate, Appeal, arbitration, contract, Court|
January 1, 2014
This paper addresses the use of (non-litigated) mediation as an adjunct to litigation within the court system. The paper surveys: the mediation process (as it was at the time of publication), with a discussion of its advantages and disadvantages compared to litigation; the different mediation programs available (at the time of publication); descriptions of child-protection mediation programs released immediately prior to publication in British Columbia and Nova Scotia; and the empirical effectiveness of mediation programs […]
|AREA OF LAW||Administration of Justice Family Law Marriage & Divorce|
|TAGS||conciliation, dispute resolution, program, advantage, disadvantage, mediation, family|
May 3, 1994