Bennett on the Commercial List, 2nd Edition

Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Format::  Book, 2
ISBN:: 9780433478010


Resolve Commercial Cases Quickly & Efficiently!
Unique to the Toronto Region, the Commercial List was established in 1991 to allow for the expedited hearing of insolvency and commercial matters. It is made up of a team of judges who are experienced in managing complex commercial litigation and it deals with matters involving the following legislation:

Commercial List matters are procedurally different than other Superior Court matters and counsel are expected to know and abide by the governing Practice Direction. Bennett on the Commercial List, 2nd Edition provides lawyers with everything they need to know to ensure they are following proper procedure and adhering to best practices.

Draft with Ease and Confidence!
The 2nd edition includes 19 forms and precedents that are routinely used in this court, including:

Plus, these handy features:

Table of Contents

I. Operation under The Commercial List
II. Subject Matters Heard under the Commercial List
III. E-Filing and E-Service Protocol
IV. Commercial List Practice Direction (July 1, 2014)
V. Practice Directions and Notices
VI. Memorandum Re: Commercial List Trial/Hearing Requirements – undated
VII. Practical Comments and Commercial Court Canons
VIII. Cross-Border Cases
IX. Forms and Explanatory Notes
X. Case Law

Frank Bennett, L.S.M., LL.M.

Frank Bennett, L.S.M., LL.M., specializes in bankruptcy, receivership and insolvency law and is the founder of the Toronto firm Bennett & Company, Bankruptcy Legal Counsel. He is the past Chair of the provincial and national Bankruptcy and Insolvency sections of the CBA, a former member of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Advisory Committee to Industry Canada, a frequent lecturer, and the author of several leading texts and articles on bankruptcy, receivership, and creditor and debtor issues.

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