THE LAWYERS WEEKLY
December 9, 2011 | 25
Pierre Bienvenu is adept at listening to both sides of the story.
That aptitude has landed him in
court—as vice-president of the
London Court of International
Arbitration (LCIA). The Mont-real-based lawyer is one of 35
members from 25 countries serving on the court and the only
member from Canada.
“It’s often said [the LCIA] is
the longest established arbitration
institution in the world. Its roots
go back to the 19th century, and
the court was established in 1985,”
says Bienvenu, global practice
leader of Norton Rose Group’s
international arbitration practice.
That court, he added, has a
distinct role in the global arbitra-
tion community. “It offers users
of international dispute resolu-
tion services” an opportunity to
tap into “the institution and its
As one of the court’s seven vice-
presidents, Bienvenu, who was
appointed last year to serve a five-
year term, is called upon periodic-
ally to appoint an arbitrator. He
has also heard challenges.
This position is located in Wyoming, within the County of Lambton in south-western Ontario. Bordered by the St. Clair River
and Lake Huron, the County of Lambton is home to more than 128,000 residents.
General Manager, Corporate Services &
Full-time Posting #08-11-45
You will be responsible for the overall performance of the Corporation’s Corporate Services Division, which includes the
Legal/Clerk, Human Resources and Information Technology departments. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer,
you will also be responsible for the County’s legal affairs and be relied upon to provide forward-thinking legal advice to
senior management and Council. This position is based out of the County Administration Building in Wyoming, Ontario.
You are a progressive leader with an LL.B. or J.D. designation, five years’ experience providing legal advice in a
fast-paced, complex environment, and five years’ of progressively senior management experience. You have a
proven track record leading and managing a high calibre group of professionals along with strong writing, planning,
prioritizing, and organizational skills.
Interested applicants must apply in writing, clearly stating Posting #08-11-45, by 4:00 pm, Thursday December 15, 2011
to: Executive Assistant, Office of the Chief Administrative Officer, The Corporation of the County of Lambton, 789
Broadway Street, Box 3000, Wyoming, ON N0N 1T0 email: email@example.com Fax: 519 845-3160
The County of Lambton is an equal opportunity employer serving our diverse communities. Although we appreciate all applications, only
those selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate will be required to supply a current vulnerable sector police
check before work can commence.
Personal information required by this posting/advertisement is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and
Protection of Privacy Act, 1989, as amended, and will be used in reviewing your application. Questions about this collection should be
directed to the Corporate Manager, Human Resources, County of Lambton, 789 Broad way Street, Box 3000, Wyoming, Ontario N0N 1 T0.
This document is available in an alternative format upon request, to accommodate individuals with a disability.
To see other employment opportunities with the County of Lambton,
please visit: www.lambtononline.ca/job_board
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NATIONAL JUDICIAL INSTITUTE
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA MAGISTRATURE
The NJI’s mandate is to coordinate and
deliver judicial education across Canada.
Recognized worldwide, the NJI is committed
to building better justice through leadership
in the education of judges.
Le mandat de l’INM est de coordonner et d’offrir
des programmes de formation judiciaire partout au
Canada. Reconnu mondialement, l’INM contribue
à une meilleure justice à titre de chef de file en
matière de formation de la magistrature.
senior advisor (La WYer)
The NJI is seeking a creative and
self-motivated person to join the
group of lawyers who compose the
Senior Advisor team. These education professionals work with judicial
planning committees of various courts
to produce education seminars for
judges across Canada.
For more information, please visit our
website: www.nji-inm.ca. Click “About
the NJI”, then “Careers.”
Competition closes December 20, 2011.
L’INM recherche une personne créative
et pleine d’initiative pour se joindre aux
avocat(e)s qui forment l’équipe d’expert(e)s-conseil. Ces professionnels de la formation
travaillent avec les comités de planification
des différentes cours pour élaborer des
programmes de formation pour les juges
d’un bout à l’autre du Canada.
Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez
visiter notre site web au www.nji-inm.ca.
Cliquez sur « À propos de l’INM », puis
sur « Carrières ».
Le concours se termine le 20 décembre 2011.
MARSH CLAIMS CONSULTANT
Marsh, the world’s leading insurance broker and risk advisor, teams with its clients to define,
design, and deliver innovative industry-specific solutions that help them protect their future and
thrive. It has around 25,000 colleagues who collaborate to provide advice and transactional
capabilities to clients in over 100 countries. Marsh Canada Limited has 1,100 employees and
offices in 13 cities across Canada. Marsh is a member of Marsh & McLennan Companies, a global
professional services firm with 52,000 employees worldwide and annual revenue exceeding $10
Working within the Claims Department in a client-facing role, the successful candidate will apply their
experience in providing interpretation of policy language, coverage analysis, advocacy, coverage
and dispute resolution, act as liaison between clients, adjusters, lawyers and insurance companies,
claims management and other related client services. The Claims Department's mandate is to
deliver claims consulting services to clients, and advocate for our clients in resolving any issues
relating to their loss, i.e. coverage disputes, policy interpretation, settlement disputes, etc.
• Claims advocate on behalf of client.
• Review and recommend solutions to coverage, quantum and claim handling management
• Negotiate with insurers, adjusters and lawyers to expedite and obtain fair settlement of
• Participate in sales presentations to prospective clients.
• Assist the client in preparing special claims servicing instructions focusing on the client’s
specific needs and taking into consideration the structure of their insurance programs.
• Review and comment on policy wordings for account teams.
• Review of claims with clients/insurers/loss adjusters regularly.
Qualifications & Skills
• Post secondary education and/or relevant work experience.
• Holds or commits to obtain appropriate provincial license within probationary period.
• Additional insurance qualifications/designations (e.g. CIP, CRM) are considered an asset.
• Possesses excellent knowledge of coverage and analytical skills in policy interpretation.
• Aware of relevant insurance legislation and major insurance-related court decisions in
• General knowledge and/or experience with multiple lines of insurance coverage with detailed
knowledge in specialized coverage lines considered an asset.
• Prior experience in claims consultation is considered an asset.
• Strong communication skills — both verbal & written, as well as effective time management
and organizational practices.
• Results oriented with strong client service emphasis and focus.
• Good computer skills with proficiency in email, word processing and spreadsheet software
as well as working knowledge of presentation software.
• Excellent interpersonal, negotiating, problem solving and team skills.
• Professional maturity and proven track record of adherence to professional standards and
Interested candidates please apply through our company website www.marsh.ca and refer
to requisition #TOR00159.