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Enforcement Of Foreign Non-Monetary Judgments
In late 2006, the Supreme Court of Canada decided that foreign non-monetary judgments should be recognised and enforced by all Canadian courts in appropriate circumstances.
Canada
 
6 Jun 2007
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International Arbitration Should Continue To Grow As It Did In 2006
The momentum from the considerable attention focused on international arbitration in Canada in 2006 is continuing in 2007.
Canada
21 Mar 2007
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Special Considerations When a State Is a Party to International Arbitration
The number of international arbitrations in which states and state entities are parties (state-party arbitrations) has increased considerably in recent years, and is continuing to grow.
Canada
26 May 2006
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A Canadian Perspective: Choice of Law and Choice of Forum
Canadian law with respect to choice of law and choice of forum favors party autonomy, particularly in international business-to-business contracting. In the contexts of these aspects of choice, only infrequently do Canadian courts act to limit party autonomy.
Canada
 
26 May 2006
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Specialization: Considerations for the Individual Litigator
A great deal has been said and written on the subject of specialization in the practice of law. When it comes to litigation, litigators and clients raise strong and persuasive arguments both for and against the pursuit of a specialized practice.
Canada
 
5 Jan 2005
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Scope of Arbitrable Disputes under Arbitration Clauses
Recent Canadian court decisions concerning the interpretation of the scope of arbitration clauses in commercial contracts – that is, the description of the types of disputes the parties want to resolve by arbitration – demonstrate that Canadian courts are now strongly disposed to favour arbitration.
Canada
 
24 Nov 2004
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