From January to December 2020, Daniel Urbas shared one hundred and fifty-five (155) notes on recent Canadian court decisions, highlighting the most current reasoning and practical applications of arbitral rules and principles (“Notes”). Despite the Canadian source of those decisions, the reasoning and approaches touch on fundamental aspects of arbitration common to many jurisdictions.
The January 8, 2021 paper is accessible through this link Urbas Arbitral 2020 Canadian Arbitration Year in Review – January 8, 2021 – Daniel Urbas, and serves to re-sequence all the Notes and assign them a greater role in the story that was 2020. Having reviewed all the Notes, Daniel identified twenty (20) topics raised by the Notes and sorted each of the Notes by topic.
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