Alberta Litigator’s Pocket Reference,
Ira Nishisato & Karen Salmon
Written by two leading civil litigators, the first part of
the book consists of 11 chapters taking you sequentially
through a civil proceeding — from the retainer to the
setting aside a noting in default to perfecting appeals. The
second part of the book comprises 15 appendices that
bring together a wide range of checklists and practical
information needed on a daily basis.
$74 + tax | Approx. 250Pages | Softcover | June2012 | Annual
Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433471509
Ontario Courtroom Procedure, 3rd Edition
General Editors: The Honourable Michelle Fuerst & The
Honourable Mary Anne Sanderson
One of the most daunting facts about Ontario trial
procedure is the enormous body of tradition and
unwritten rules. Ontario Courtroom Procedure, first
published in 2007, contains comprehensive coverage
of courtoom procedures from the pre-trial stage to the
end of trial — information you won’t find in other written
$150 + tax | 1,960 Pages | Hardcover + CD-ROM | May 2012
E-Discovery in Canada, 2nd Edition
General Editors: Susan Wortzman & Susan Nickle
This comprehensive guide covers everything that a lawyer needs to know about
conducting e-discovery, from preservation to proportionality to costs. The text has
been written and compiled by two of Canada’s leading experts in e-discovery, one of
whom is an original member of the Sedona Canada Working Group that developed the
Canadian national guidelines, and the other the past chair of that working group.
$90 + tax | 320 Pages | Softcover | December 2011 | ISBN: 9780433464471
NE W EDI TION!
Ontario Small Claims Court – A Practical Guide
Michael O. Mungovan
Written by an experienced Toronto Small Claims Court judge and college legal educator,
this “how to” book takes the mystery out of the Small Claims Court process. This
much-needed guidebook teaches the reader about every major step that’s followed in
Small Claims Court, from bringing a claim, to defending a suit, to enforcing a judgment.
$70 + tax | 412 Pages | Softcover | 2011 | ISBN: 9780433466451
Accessing Justice – Appraising Class Actions Ten Years After Dutton,
Hollick and Rumley
Fifteen leading scholars and class action lawyers, from Canada and abroad, discuss the
aims of class action litigation, the extent to which access to justice has been advanced,
and how we can maximize class actions’ access to justice potential. Thoughtful and
informed, this collection of conference papers is a must read for all class action
litigators, judges and policymakers.
$99 + tax | 416 Pages | Softcover | 2011 | ISBN: 9780433469124
Procedural Strategies for Litigators in Alberta
William E. Cascadden
A procedural guide to litigation, from pre-commencement
to appeals, this book offers tactical and strategic
suggestions as to how to advance a case, lists of
Questioning (discovery) topics of enquiries and factors
to consider in various situations, such as suitablility
for certain types of trial, while adhering to the new civil
$95 + tax | 200 Pages | Softcover | February 2012 | ISBN: 9780433458463
This is the first Canadian text book that clarifies the
subject matter from a Canadian legal standpoint, and
deals with its complexity and subtleties in a manner that’s
easily understood. Written by a veteran University of
British Columbia law professor, this book pulls together
various aspects of estoppel into one place, saving readers
valuable research time, while educating them on the
rules and principles of estoppel in a clear and organized
$225 + tax | 704 Pages | Hardcover | February 2012
Morden & Perell – The Law of Civil Procedure in Ontario
The Honourable Mr. Justice Paul M. Perell & The Honourable John W. Morden
The Osborne amendments to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure — in effect since
January 1, 2010 — have reformed dozens of procedural rules in Ontario. This book
provides a substantive consideration of the rules, including the recent amendments, by
two authorities on civil procedure. This in-depth examination of civil procedure includes
recent case law showing how the courts have begun to interpret and apply the new
$295 + tax | 1,032 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433453246
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