Alberta Litigator’s Pocket Reference, 2012/2013 Edition
This user-friendly annual handbook provides a one-stop source of information for every civil litigator, legal assistant, articling student and paralegal in Alberta.
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Canadian Civil Procedure Law, 2nd Edition
The rules of civil procedure govern every stage of the litigation process, so judges, lawyers and law students often need a quick and convenient means of researching them. Canadian Civil Procedure Law, 2nd Edition is precisely that sort of research tool.
Canadian Federal Courts Practice, 2013 Edition + E-Book / Pratique devant les Cours fédérales, édition 2013 + livre électronique
Designed for both English and French practitioners who appear before the Federal Courts, this portable guide on the Federal Courts Act and Rules, and Federal Courts practice, provides up-to-date, section-by-section annotation and commentary for your quick reference.
Dispositions Without Trial, 2nd Edition
This handy and authoritative reference provides guidance for evaluating and conducting motions for summary judgment, for determination of issues before trial and for dismissal without delay. Robert J. van Kessel carefully reviews the case law and has extracted key principles relating to motions, including everyday practice tips. Dispositions ...
E-Discovery in Canada, 2nd Edition
One of the greatest challenges facing litigators today is the discovery of electronically stored information. Electronic discovery, or e-discovery, is now a standard part of the litigation process. Litigators and law clerks in every practice area, including those involved with criminal and family law matters, must understand how to best manage all ...
Personal Injury Damage Assessments in Alberta
This work is a concise catalogue of cases dealing with the assessment of personal injury damages arising from motor vehicle accidents as well as other causes. The well-organized digests offer a succinct statement of the facts and enumerate the details of the quantum of damages awarded. The first group of cases relates to damage assessments arising ...