Product details

Practice area: 
Civil procedure, Litigation
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2022-09-15

Annual Review of Civil Litigation 2022, Print and Proview eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

Regularly cited by appellate courts across Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada, the Annual Review of Civil Litigation has been providing leading-edge coverage of the civil litigation issues of the day.

Each article in this edition is designed to help you understand how new developments in Canadian law will affect your practice.


Also included in this edition is a Consolidated Table of Contents, which provides a summary of all articles published in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation since its inception in 2001.


New in this edition:

  • The Persuasive Value of Documentary Evidence in an Ever-Evolving Digital Time: The Art and Science of Persuasion—Chapter XIII — The Honourable Todd L. Archibald and Bryan Birtles
  • Waiver of Appeal Rights in Canada: Drafting and Litigation Considerations — Michael Shortt
  • Indexing Influences of Supreme Court of Canada Interveners: A Preliminary Examination — Richard Haigh and Thaddeus Hwong
  • Defence of Multijurisdictional Securities Class Actions — Linda Fuerst, Peter Stokes, Randy Sutton, Francesca Taddeo and Lauren Rennie
  • Breach of Confidence: A Versatile Cause of Action — Lynda K. Troup and Ross A. McFaden
  • Demystifying Class Action Lawsuits and the Continued Intensification of Corporate Governance Trends — Jonathan A. Pinto
  • Minding the Gap: The Duty of Honesty and Good Faith in the Banking Industry — Dan Chitiz, Michael Crampton, Alastair McNish and Kevin Massicotte
  • Sealing Orders in Approval Motions Revisited: Sherman Estate, the Open Court Presumption and Parens Patriae in the Internet Age — Barbara Legate and Ashley Jacinto Maciuk
  • All Are Welcome: Diversity, Access to Justice and Public Confidence in the Legal System — Bronwyn M. Martin
  • The COVID-19 Pandemic: Government Shutdowns and the Application of Force Majeure in Contracts — Associate Justice Karen Jolley and Ms. Subhah Wadhawan
  • Evolution of the Statutory Derivative Action in Canada: Corporate vs. Personal Remedy — Lara Jackson, Joseph Hamaliuk and Sarah Kemp
  • The Return of Looted Art in Canada Through Civil Litigations — Sophie Y. Zhao
  • The Oppression Remedy’s Broad Reach: Personal Liability of Officers and Directors and Creditors as Claimants — Kathryn J. Manning
  • Case Note: Cheung v. Samra — Joseph J. Colangelo


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Annual Review of Civil Litigation 2022, Print and Proview eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

Regularly cited by appellate courts across Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada, the Annual Review of Civil Litigation has been providing leading-edge coverage of the civil litigation issues of the day.

Each article in this edition is designed to help you understand how new developments in Canadian law will affect your practice.


Also included in this edition is a Consolidated Table of Contents, which provides a summary of all articles published in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation since its inception in 2001.


New in this edition:

  • The Persuasive Value of Documentary Evidence in an Ever-Evolving Digital Time: The Art and Science of Persuasion—Chapter XIII — The Honourable Todd L. Archibald and Bryan Birtles
  • Waiver of Appeal Rights in Canada: Drafting and Litigation Considerations — Michael Shortt
  • Indexing Influences of Supreme Court of Canada Interveners: A Preliminary Examination — Richard Haigh and Thaddeus Hwong
  • Defence of Multijurisdictional Securities Class Actions — Linda Fuerst, Peter Stokes, Randy Sutton, Francesca Taddeo and Lauren Rennie
  • Breach of Confidence: A Versatile Cause of Action — Lynda K. Troup and Ross A. McFaden
  • Demystifying Class Action Lawsuits and the Continued Intensification of Corporate Governance Trends — Jonathan A. Pinto
  • Minding the Gap: The Duty of Honesty and Good Faith in the Banking Industry — Dan Chitiz, Michael Crampton, Alastair McNish and Kevin Massicotte
  • Sealing Orders in Approval Motions Revisited: Sherman Estate, the Open Court Presumption and Parens Patriae in the Internet Age — Barbara Legate and Ashley Jacinto Maciuk
  • All Are Welcome: Diversity, Access to Justice and Public Confidence in the Legal System — Bronwyn M. Martin
  • The COVID-19 Pandemic: Government Shutdowns and the Application of Force Majeure in Contracts — Associate Justice Karen Jolley and Ms. Subhah Wadhawan
  • Evolution of the Statutory Derivative Action in Canada: Corporate vs. Personal Remedy — Lara Jackson, Joseph Hamaliuk and Sarah Kemp
  • The Return of Looted Art in Canada Through Civil Litigations — Sophie Y. Zhao
  • The Oppression Remedy’s Broad Reach: Personal Liability of Officers and Directors and Creditors as Claimants — Kathryn J. Manning
  • Case Note: Cheung v. Samra — Joseph J. Colangelo


About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.