Procedural Orders of Bay Street Chambers’ Joel Richler Upheld

In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Myers J. dismissed a motion for an urgent interlocutory injunction or stay prohibiting Arbitrator Joel Richler from hearing any further proceedings between the parties pending the determination of the application for leave to appeal from the arbitrator’s award.

In arriving at his decision, Myers J. noted that an arbitration is not a test run in which evidence and positions can be tried on for size and then discarded in subsequent court proceedings.

To read the full decision, click here.

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