A Flexible Process
ADR Chambers works with lawyers to design a cost-effective and time-sensitive arbitration process that works and reflects the complexity of the issues and the amount in dispute.
The ADR Chambers Arbitration Rules set out a clear process for the conduct of arbitration. An ADR Chambers Registrar helps parties select the arbitrator(s), finalize the Agreement to Arbitrate and Terms of Appointment, determine the rules and procedures for the arbitration, and schedule the pre-arbitration conferences. The Registrar is a lawyer.
- Model Arbitration Clauses
- Notice of Arbitration (Downloadable PDF)
Ad hoc Arbitration
Where the parties do not agree that the ADR Chambers Arbitration Rules apply, the services of a Registrar, who is a lawyer, are nonetheless available to help the parties select the arbitrator(s), finalize the Agreement to Arbitrate and Terms of Appointment, and schedule the pre-arbitration conferences.
Virtual Video Conference
ADR Chambers offers clients access to its simple audio or video conference system to conduct hearings and to present witnesses. There are no additional fees to use the system. Parties need not be tech savvy to use the system; they just require a computer, smartphone or tablet and a web camera.
Hybrid offering: on-site and virtual combined
Our hybrid proceedings offer an effortless experience between on-site and virtual parties. A $150.00 plus HST daily fee will be charged for computer, TV, and monitor set up, including troubleshooting assistance throughout the day.
For a free demonstration of the ADR Chambers online system, please contact us.
The room fee to conduct an arbitration at ADR Chambers’ North York office is $750 plus HST. A hearing room and two breakout rooms are provided for this fee. Additional rooms are $400 plus HST each. Coffee, tea, cold drinks, and snacks are provided. Lunch, if requested, is billed at cost.