Practices and emerging trends in construction law and dispute resolution
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This Symposium will explore global trends including historical, current and emerging approaches to dispute resolution. Presenters include leading practitioners in construction practice, construction law and dispute resolution. These thought leaders will engage in knowledge share, including practices and emerging trnds in the field of construction law and dispute resolution.
Construction professionals from across Canada will convene in Toronto to share knowledge on construction disputes, exploring collaborative and adversarial approaches. Leading subject matter experts including those with substantial international experience will explore current and emerging practises. Don’t miss this event with eminent leaders in construction disputes gathered in a historic venue in downtown Toronto.
The Chair for the Symposium will be Duncan W. Glaholt, the session chairs will be Marcia J. Oliver and Sandra Astolfo. The moderated panels will be chaired by Geza R. Banfai and Glenn W. Ackerley. The chairs and moderators will be joined by other eminent leaders in construction disputes as this Symposium follows the hugely successful 2019 Construction Adjudication Symposium, also held in Toronto.
This event is brought to you jointly by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). Both the RICS and the CIArb are renowned for the training, development and continuing professional development of professionals that have experience in construction disputes.
Topics to be covered:
Symposium from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
• Global trends in dispute resolution
• Other collaborative and adversarial approaches
• Emerging trends in alternative dispute resolution
• The role of experts
• Achieving the ADR needs of stakeholders
• Aligning ADR needs in contract drafting
The symposium concludes with a reception and dinner from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., during which there will be an Award of Excellence.
• Glenn W. Ackerley, Partner, WeirFoulds LLP Panel
• Matt J. Ainley, Chair, General Contractors Alliance of Canada (GCAC)
• Jason Annibale, Partner, McMillan LLP
• Sandra Astolfo, Partner, WeirFoulds LLP
• Geza R. Banfai, Partner, McMillan LLP
• Duncan W. Glaholt, Partner, Glaholt LLP
• Karen B. Groulx, Partner, Dentons
• Julie G. Hopkins, Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais
• Harvey Kirsh, Kirsh Construction ADR
• Howard Krupat, Partner, DLA Piper (Canada LLP)
• Professor Doug Jones, Arbitrator and International Judge of the Singapore Commercial Court
• Stephen R. Morrison, Resident Arbitrator and Mediator, Arbitration Place
• Kenneth W. Movat, Partner, Fogler Rubinoff LLP
• Marcia J. Oliver, Partner, Advocates LLP
• Sharon C. Vogel, Partner, Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP
• Dr. Janet Walker, Professor, Osgoode Law School
• Howard M. Wise, Partner, Goodmans LLP
• Richard Wong, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
*Detailed agenda will be announced, along with details of further speakers.
One King West has a fascinating and varied history. Originally opening as a Michie & Co. Grocers & Wine Merchants, the venue was built in the mid-1800s. In 1879, Yonge and King became home to the head office of The Dominion Bank, a residency that would last an impressive 126 years. With the merger with the Bank of Toronto in 1955, the location became head office for the Toronto-Dominion Bank through the 1990’s. Ownership once again changed hands in 1999 to Stanford Downey Architects, who carefully redesigned the Dominion Bank Building, now deemed a Heritage Building, for residential use. This redesign saw the creation of the second tower adjacent to the building, aptly nicknamed “The Sliver”, due to its dramatically slender profile.
The venue is conveniently located at the intersection of King Street West and Yonge Street. It is right by the metro and is a short walk from Union Station. Limited Valet parking is available for guests at the Melinda Street entrance on a first come, first served basis, and there are self-park options available on Wellington Street. For those with limited mobility, or anyone requiring wheelchair access, a fully accessible entrance is available off of Melinda Street."
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