CABA Granted Leave To Intervene in Supreme Court of Canada Appeal Affecting International Arbitration

– For Immediate Release –

New York, NY, October 9, 2019: The Canadian American Bar Association (CABA) has been granted leave to intervene in Uber v. Heller, an appeal pending before the Supreme Court of Canada.

This appeal has important consequences for the institution of international arbitration, a dispute resolution tool that underpins transnational commercial dealings.

CABA is not supporting either party to the appeal and seeks to assist the Court by providing a cross-border perspective on the legal issues before it.

CABA is represented by Caza Saikaley in Ottawa.

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