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The Conduct of Oral and Documentary Discovery
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**Please note LexisNexis' USBs, CDs and DVDs are not compatible with Mac software.As every litigator knows, the oral and documentary discovery processes are critical components of all civil litigation, and the way that they are conducted can make – or break – a client's case. That is why it is so important for documentary and oral discovery to be carried out effectively. This new publication, written by one of Canada's most well-respected "rising star" litigators, provides a strategic yet practical look at preparing for and conducting a successful discovery.
The Conduct of Oral and Documentary Discovery offers both novice and experienced litigators insight into the conduct of discovery in Ontario. In particular, this affordable and useful guide will be an invaluable acquisition for every litigator.
- Provides a comprehensive review of the discovery process, covering the law, strategy, tactics and practice tips for contemporary litigation
- Saves practitioners time and money by including sample precedents with illustrative examples that mean litigators do not have to draft from scratch. As an added convenience, samples are also available electronically
- Explores all major types of discovery thoroughly, including oral, documentary and electronic
- Is portable, enabling litigators to bring it with them as a reference when they attend at a discovery
Because it is practical, affordable and current, The Conduct of Oral and Documentary Discovery is a must-have for any lawyer who practises civil litigation in Ontario and will be especially useful for:
- Civil litigators at small saw and mid-law firms who need a practical guide to discovery, but are unwilling or unable to spend a lot of money on a single resource
- Paralegals and law clerks who are involved in any discovery process as assistants to legal counsel and are looking for an authoritative guide
- Law libraries who want to provide their patrons with the most up-to-date, useful volumes available
Table of contents
Chapter 1: The Conduct of Examinations for Discovery
Chapter 2: Forms and Notes Regarding Examinations for Discovery
Chapter 3: The Conduct of Documentary Discovery
Chapter 4: Forms and Notes Regarding Documentary Discovery
Chapter 5: The Conduct of Electronic Documentary Discovery