Shareholders Disputes: Litigate or Arbitrate and other Considerations

  • Event Date: May 12, 2022
6:00pm - 8:30pm

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Member's Cost: $35     Non-Member's Cost: $85

The Canadian Italian Advocates Organization

in conjunction with ezCPD

cordially invite you to attend

A “Virtual” Certified Professional Development Seminar

Shareholders Disputes: Litigate or Arbitrate and other Considerations

May 12, 2022, 6-8:30 pm via Zoom

*Accredited for 1 hour 45 minutes substantive hours and 45 minutes professionalism hours (in Ontario)


Igor Ellyn, QC, CS, FCIArb., Kathryn Manning LLB, and Robin Dodokin FCIArb, Q.Med, LLM

  1. Introduction - Igor Ellyn

How do shareholder disputes arise?
What are your client’s legal and business objectives?
What remedies are available for shareholder disputes at law?
Evidentiary and Strategic Considerations

  1. Court Remedies – Kathryn Manning

What are the pros and cons of litigation in the courts?
Type of proceedings you can bring
Is there a USA that has anything to say on how disputes will be addressed?
Statutory, Equitable and other Remedies

  1. Arbitration - Robin Dodokin

Pros and cons of arbitration
What does the USA say?
Appointment of arbitrator
What remedies are available?

What remedies are available?
Courts Involvement in Arbitration
Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in the Court

  1. Advocacy considerations - Igor Ellyn

Ethics and Professional responsibility and Best Practices

  1. Cost Considerations - Litigation v Arbitration - Igor Ellyn
  2. Tips for Drafting Arbitration Clauses - Robin Dodokin
  3. Discussion about recent cases involving shareholder disputes - All
  4. Questions


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