Evidence based judgments with less procedural hurdles of litigation and costs.
Jenny is a designated Qualified arbitrator and is an experienced adjudicator. She is an appeal-level adjudicator being a member of the Employment Standards Tribunal. She has also adjudicated over 200 property assessment complaints at the Property Assessment Review Panel.
Jenny is knowledgeable and experienced in different areas of law, including real estate, rentals, lease renewal, personal injury, disability insurance, business disputes, and employment disputes. You can be confident that your case will be fairly decided.
What does the arbitrator do?
As soon as the parties appoint an arbitrator (or a panel of arbitrator), a preliminary conference will be set for the arbitrator and the parties to sit together, identify the issues, when and what documents will be exchanged, whether experts are needed, and set out the timelines for the arbitration proceeding. A hearing will be set. Documents and evidence will be exchanged. Parties will be given an opportunity to respond to the other parties' case. After the hearing, the arbitrator will issue a decision that will have the same effect as if the case was decided by the court.
What is the difference between an arbitrator's award and a court's judgment?