Kyriaki Karadelis • Thursday, 16 August 2012 (9 months ago) • Issue: Volume 7 - Issue 4
With a new arbitration hearing facility launched in April and a project under way to review and update Canada’s broader commercial arbitration legislation, Kyriaki Karadelis examines whether Toronto is set to be the next big arbitral seat
Toronto harbour with the city's most famous landmark, the CN Tower
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