Edward Charles Q. C. Chiasson
900 Waterfront Centre
200 Burrard Street
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Vancouver, B.C., V7X 1T2 Canada
Partner, Ladner Downs (1973- ); Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law, Univ. of British Columbia (1987-2004); appeared in all of the Courts of British Columbia, Alberta, and the Yukon Territory, all Divisions of the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada; appeared as counsel
and acted as arbitrator in international arbitrations in Canada, France, England, Singapore Hong Kong and the United States.
IBA; Fellow and Chartered Arbitrator, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London); Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators Limited Chartered Arbitrator, Canadian Institute of Arbitrators; AAA; International Chamber of Commerce, Commission on Arbitration; Former Chairman, Commercial Arbitration Committee of the Secretariat of the Canadian National Committee of the ICC; LCIA; Founding Trustee of the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre; Fellow, College of Arbitrators; Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers; Asia-Pacific Lawyers Association.
AAA; ICC Canadian National Committee of the ICC; Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London); British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre; Asia-Pacific Centre; Centre for Public Resources; Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Singapore International Arbitration Centre; CIETAC.
Counsel and arbitrator in domestic and international arbitrations in Canada, France, England, Hong Kong, Singapore and the United
States; Arbitrator, NAFTA Chapter 11 and ICSID; Panelist in over 100 domain name disputes.
The Canadian Common Law and the Concept of Amiable Composition, 52 Arbitration (No. 3, 1986); Canada - No Man's Land No More, 3 J. Int'l Arb. (No.2, 1986); Notes on Recent Canadian Legislation on Arbitration, with M. Lalonde, 2 Arb. Int’l (No. 4, 1986);”Weighing the Pros and Cons of a Fairness Arbitration”, Corporate Legal Times, Vol. 9, Number 93, page 32, August 1999, with Ian Marshall; “Harmonization and Growth of International Commercial Law in the Asia-Pacific Region”, Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Vol. 21, 1999, page 389;”A Comparison of International Arbitration Rules: A Practical
Perspective” Lawyering in the International Market, editors, Dennis Campbell, Brian Birkeland, International Business Law Practice Series, Transnational Publishers, Inc. Ardsley, New York, 1999; and numerous other articles and papers.