Michael Bendel480 York Hill Blvd.
Thornhill ON L4J 8G2
Tel: (905) 889-6162
Fax: (905) 889-6580
In practice since 1984; bilingual.
LL.B., 1966, University of Manchester; LL.B., 1975, University of Ottawa.
Professor, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, 1977-84; Legal Officer, Negotiator, and Interim Co-ordinator of Negotiations, Professional Institute of Public Service of Canada, 1969-75; Officer, International Labour Standards Department, International Labour Office (Geneva), 1966-69.
Standard Fees for Cancellation
$600 per reserved date if notification is received more than 30 days prior to the hearing date; $1,700 per reserved date if notification is received 30 days or less prior to the hearing date; $600 in case of an expedited arbitration (s.49, OLRA) where the date has been scheduled by the Minister of Labour; $250 if the date is used for another hearing.
Lists and Panels
Ontario Ministry of Labour; Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service; Ontario Colleges/OPSEU.
Related Adjudication Experience
Vice-Chair, Ontario Labour Relations Board, 1987-1998; Deputy Chair (1984-87), Federal Public Service Staff Relations Board.
Ontario Labour-Management Arbitrators’ Association; Conférence des Arbitres du Québec.
Arbitration Awards on CanLII
For Arbitrator Bendel'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.
"At the Crossroads: Collective Bargaining and Dispute Resolution in the Federal Public Service", Labour Arbitration Yearbook (Toronto: Butterworths/Lancaster House, 1992); "Professional and Managerial Staff: Their Place in the Labour Relations System of Canada and the United States" (Geneva: International Labour Office, 1991); "The Dependent Contractor: An Unnecessary and Flawed Development in Canadian Labour Law", University of Toronto Law Journal 32 (1982); "The International Protection of Trade Union Rights: A Canadian Case Study", Ottawa Law Review 13 (1981); "Labour Law - Grievance Arbitration - Can Collective Agreements Block Recourse to Arbitration?", Canadian Bar Review 59 (1981).
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