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Richard Hornung, Q.C.

Dispute Solutions Inc.
132 Patrick View SW
Calgary AB  T3H 3J4
Tel: (403) 278-9412
Fax: (403) 278-9857
Email: hornung@telus.net
Website: www.disputesolutions.ca
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Primary Jurisdiction

Alberta

Arbitration Practice

Also active in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and B.C.

Education

B.A., 1968, LL.B., 1969, University of Saskatchewan; LL.M., 1971, London School of Economics.

Background

Vice-Chair, Canada Labour Relations Board; Chair, Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board; Instructor, Harvard Law School - Program of Instruction for Lawyers; Private practice of Law; Professor of Law, University of Alberta.

Standard Fees for Cancellation

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Lists and Panels

Part-time Vice-Chair, Canada Industrial Relations Board; Alberta Human Resources and Employment; Telus & TWU; USWA & Miramar; Canada Post & CUPW.

Related Adjudication Experience

Canada Labour Relations Board; Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board; Canadian Human Rights Commission; Acting Provincial Court Judge.

Associations

National Academy of Arbitrators; Ontario Labour-Management Arbitrators' Association.

Arbitration Awards on CanLII

For Arbitrator Hornung's awards on CanLII, click here. Note: CanLII, the Canadian Legal Information Institute, offers free access to the full text of recent awards by this arbitrator.

Related Publications

The Presentation of Cases at Arbitration: Yogi Berra's Strategic Insights; Labour Arbitration Yearbook; Lancaster House, (2012-2013); Non Culpable Termination; Ch. 13; inĀ Collective Agreement Arbitration in Canada, 4th ed. (LexisNexis), 2009; The "Single Employer" Concept Under the Federal Regime: An Overview of its Application and Recent Developments (Canadian Bar Association, 1996); Continuation of Bargaining Rights in Contracting Out, Receivership, Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization (Canadian Bar Association, 1995); Practise Before Administrative Tribunals (Law Society of Saskatchewan, Continuing Legal Education, 1992); The Preparation of Reasons for Decision (Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, 1991); Report Re: Construction Industry in Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Department of Labour, 1985).

Arbitrators are invited to send awards to decisions@lancasterhouse.com. In an effort to facilitate access to justice, Lancaster House forwards all awards it receives from arbitrators to CanLII.