TORONTO—Global firm Wasel & Wasel Arbitrator Services Inc. (WWAS) has launched the world’s first provider of arbitrators focusing on the Canadian and Middle Eastern markets in Toronto.
WWAS will work with Middle East-focused organizations in Canada and their counterpart Canadian focused organizations in the Middle East, to bridge arbitrators between Canada and the Middle East, provide support and market exposure for arbitrators and support in promoting Canada and Toronto’s offerings in international arbitration, indicates a release.
The service offering is user friendly and focuses on ensuring the market can access arbitrators and arbitrator details without difficulty, states a release. Those in need of an arbitrator for their disputes can browse the W&W Arb roster and select the optimal arbitrator for their dispute.
WWAS was established by Wasel & Wasel, one of the leading disputes law firms in the Middle East, which services multinationals, governments and Fortune 500 companies, adds the release.
“Arbitration has seen tremendous growth and rapid success in the public and private sector, domestically and internationally as an alternative form of dispute resolution,” said Mahmoud Abuwasel, CEO of WWAS in a statement. “We are extremely excited for Canada to be the home to this groundbreaking new global service and look forward to promoting Canada in the international arbitration world. We are also thrilled to be operating out of Toronto, the second largest financial market in north America, increasingly being seen as one of the top cities in the world to conduct arbitration.”