Overview

Domestic Arbitration

We act for clients in major domestic arbitrations across Canada, drawing on our deep bench strength in commercial arbitration and construction arbitration. Our team brings highly specialized expertise to bear to tackle some of the most complex construction, engineering, and infrastructure disputes in the country.

International Arbitration

We have acted for Canadian and international clients in respect of complex disputes involving multiple jurisdictions, where the contractual dispute resolution mechanism stipulates international arbitration. As counsel, we are experienced with the relevant international institutional regimes, including those of bodies such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).

Domestic and International Arbitration Experience

Our experience includes representing clients not only from Canada, but from Italy, Spain, France, Uruguay, Peru, Barbados, Chile, Mexico, and the United States as well.

Bruce Reynolds, Sharon Vogel, Nicholas Reynolds, and Lauren Gruenberger contributed the Canada Arbitration chapter in Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through. This publication contains expert local insight into arbitration laws and institutions worldwide, providing essential ‘need to know’ answers to the fundamental questions facing corporations and counsel. Topics covered include the entire life cycle of an arbitration, from the drafting of arbitration clauses and agreements through to the enforcement of awards in local courts. The guide deals with: laws and institutions, arbitration agreements, the constitution and jurisdiction of arbitral tribunals, arbitral proceedings, interim measures, awards, and subsequent proceedings such as appeals and set aside applications. The Canada Arbitration chapter is available here: 2022-Arbitration-Canada. Bruce Reynolds, Sharon Vogel, and Nicholas Reynolds also provide a comprehensive overview of international arbitration in Canada as part of Legal 500’s Country Comparative Guide series. This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of International Arbitration laws and regulations in Canada. The guide is available here: Legal 500 – Canada – International Arbitration.

Additional information can be found here:  Alternative Dispute Resolution

Arbitrators

A number of our lawyers are qualified arbitrators who participate as sole arbitrators and members of panels both domestically and internationally: Bruce Reynolds, Sharon Vogel, John Singleton, Stuart Hankinson, and Nicholas Reynolds.

eDiscovery Services

In both the domestic and international arbitration context, our strong document management group allows us to efficiently analyze large document populations and focus on those key documents that really matter. We strive to alleviate stress during difficult times and take on as many administrative tasks as possible. In that regard, Singleton Reynolds offers state-of-the-art, in-house eDiscovery services, including data collection and processing, early case assessment, document review and final production. While allowing us to manage cases involving millions of documents, these in-house solutions also help us to keep close control over eDiscovery costs at every phase of the process. Our senior construction paralegals are eDiscovery specialists, with extensive experience in all stages of eDiscovery.

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