Ontario Superior Court Practice, 2016 Edition, Student Edition + E-Book

Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Format::  Book + eBook, 2
ISBN:: 9780433479604


First published in 2000, Ontario Superior Court Practice has become recognized as the superior standard for practising civil litigation. The 2016 Edition continues this tradition, providing you with the judicial thinking and approach to all key issue areas – summary judgment, Rule 21 motions, discovery of electronic documents and more.

Superior analysis giving practical guidance in handy charts and tables
Ontario Superior Court Practice, 2016 Edition provides annotated Rules highlighting the crucial information and principles you need to argue on the fly. The clear, well-organized statements of the current civil law and practice are often cited in the lower courts and by the Court of Appeal. You'll find:

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Table of Contents

Main Volume
TablesAnnotated StatutesRegulationsRulesPractice Directions and PoliciesChecklists

Forms Volume

The Honourable Mr. Justice Todd Archibald, The Honourable Gordon Killeen and James C. Morton

The Honourable Mr. Justice Todd Archibald has been a Superior Court Justice since 1999. He is a Co-Editor of the National Annual Review of Civil Litigation, and a former Litigation Partner with the Toronto law firm of Borden & Elliot.

The Honourable Gordon Killeen was a Judge of the District Court and Superior Court of Justice from 1973 until his retirement in 2007. He was also a member of the Civil Rules Committee from 1990 to 2007.

James C. Morton heads the Litigation Group at Steinberg Morton Hope & Israel LLP. He is a Certified Specialist of the Law Society of Upper Canada in civil litigation, and past Chair of the Ontario Bar Association Civil Litigation Executive.

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