Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Family law
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2020-03-18
Carswell

Family Law Arbitration in Canada, 4th Edition, Print and ProView eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

If you are heading to mediation, arbitration or mediation-arbitration, turn to Family Law Arbitration in Canada, Fourth Edition for expert analysis of the relevant legislation, precedents, and jurisprudence.

Clear, concise, and well-organized, this authoritative reference offers:

  • On-point, cross-Canada coverage of this growing area of family law
  • Detailed commentary by expert practitioners
  • Easy navigation with a topical index and tables of contents and cases
  • A convenient portable format

The fourth edition features expanded commentary and comprehensive coverage of the most significant recent decisions, including:

  • Petersoo v. Petersoo (2019 Ont. C.A.)
  • Smith v. Arsenault-Smith (2019 Ont. S.C.)
  • Popack v. Lipszyc (2016 Ont. C.A.)
  • Flock Estate v. Flock (2019 Alta. C.A.)
  • Allen v. Renouf (2019 Alta. C.A.)
  • Anand v. Anand (2018 Alta. C.A.)
  • Nolin v. Ramirez (2019 B.C. S.C.)
  • Law v. Cheng (2017 B.C. S.C.)

The fourth edition also features:

  • Significant updates to the material on Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario family arbitration law
  • An introduction to the 2020 amendments to the Divorce Act and their impact on arbitration
  • Brand new precedents for a summary of arbitration agreement, a summary of secondary arbitration agreement, the arbitration agreement, final offer, selection process, and summary of secondary arbitration agreement in financial issues

About Thomson Reuters ProView

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Carswell

Family Law Arbitration in Canada, 4th Edition, Print and ProView eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

If you are heading to mediation, arbitration or mediation-arbitration, turn to Family Law Arbitration in Canada, Fourth Edition for expert analysis of the relevant legislation, precedents, and jurisprudence.

Clear, concise, and well-organized, this authoritative reference offers:

  • On-point, cross-Canada coverage of this growing area of family law
  • Detailed commentary by expert practitioners
  • Easy navigation with a topical index and tables of contents and cases
  • A convenient portable format

The fourth edition features expanded commentary and comprehensive coverage of the most significant recent decisions, including:

  • Petersoo v. Petersoo (2019 Ont. C.A.)
  • Smith v. Arsenault-Smith (2019 Ont. S.C.)
  • Popack v. Lipszyc (2016 Ont. C.A.)
  • Flock Estate v. Flock (2019 Alta. C.A.)
  • Allen v. Renouf (2019 Alta. C.A.)
  • Anand v. Anand (2018 Alta. C.A.)
  • Nolin v. Ramirez (2019 B.C. S.C.)
  • Law v. Cheng (2017 B.C. S.C.)

The fourth edition also features:

  • Significant updates to the material on Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario family arbitration law
  • An introduction to the 2020 amendments to the Divorce Act and their impact on arbitration
  • Brand new precedents for a summary of arbitration agreement, a summary of secondary arbitration agreement, the arbitration agreement, final offer, selection process, and summary of secondary arbitration agreement in financial issues

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.