The Law of Costs in Personal Injury Actions
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The first Ontario publication to cover this specific, technical and often challenging subject, The Law of Costs in Personal Injury Actions offers a detailed look at the determination and assignment of costs in personal injury actions. In addition to examining the fundamentals of costs in the context of personal injury litigation, this book also discusses a range of related topics, including costs between client and lawyer, costs of particular proceedings, assessment of costs and appeals.
An indispensable volume
Written by veteran personal injury litigators with incomparable expertise, The Law of Costs in Personal Injury Actions would be a particularly useful acquisition for:
- Civil litigation lawyers who require a reliable resource to help understand and determine costs
- Judges who can refer to it when hearing and deciding cases
- Law schools, libraries and students who require dependable research materials
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Basic Principles
Chapter 2 : Types of costs
Chapter 3: Fixing costs
Chapter 4 : Assessment of Costs
Chapter 5: Costs between parties
Chapter 6 : Offers to settle
Chapter 7 : Costs Between Client and Lawyer
Chapter 8 : Particular Proceedings
Chapter 9 : Security for costs
Chapter 10: Adverse Costs Protection