- Canada—arbitrator potential conflict of interest disclosures timely and sufficient (Atlantic Industries v SNC-Lavalin Constructors)
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Law360, New York: The Supreme Court of British Columbia refused to vacate decisions by an arbitrator who decided a dispute between two major construction companies over a highway project in Canada, finding that the arbitrator properly disclosed the fact that other attorneys at his firm were simultaneously working for the company in whose favour he ultimately decided.
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