At first glance, international parties looking to do business in Canada may think that the provincial arbitration regimes are more lenient in granting appeal rights than the UNCITRAL rules.  Upon closer review, however, there is a clear movement in Canadian courts to grant increased deference to arbitrations and arbitral decisions.  Accordingly, in terms of appeal rights, there may not actually be much of a difference in the application of the provincial arbitration acts and the UNCITRAL rules. Continue Reading Arbitrating in Canada? Don’t Count on Judicial Oversight