Cross-Border Torts: Canadian-US Litigation Strategies
For Canadian litigation lawyers who are confronted with the question of whether to sue in the U.S. or in Canada, finally there is an international civil law book which offers guidance for evaluating the best forum and identifying the relevant factors.
Products to Consider
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 Tort Law, 9th Edition
Written by two of Canada's leading tort law scholars, the ninth edition continues the standard of excellence achieved by each previous edition and answers questions for all professionals in this field.
Castel & Walker: Canadian Conflict of Laws, 6th Edition
Provides a scholarly yet practical analysis of the vast and continuously growing body of common law, legislation and treaties and conventions that govern private international law as it is applied in Canada.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Civil Procedure (2012 Reissue)
This newly consolidated title is the starting place for effective research on questions relating to civil practice and procedure in Canada. Covering the rules of practice in every jurisdiction, it outlines the framework for civil litigation in courts across Canada.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Conflict of Laws (2011 Reissue)
Newly and thoroughly revised, Halsbury's Conflict of Laws (2011 Re-issue) analyzes and explains the broad range of law conflict questions and rules impacting Canada's 14 jurisdictions.