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By: Eugene Meehan, Q.C., LL.B., LL.M., LL.B., D.C.L, John H. Currie
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Part of the Canada Practice Guides Civil Litigation Series This is a hands-on, no-nonsense guide to the practicalities of commencing, maintaining, responding to and appealing injunctive proceedings in Ontario Courts. It is a straightforward, readily accessible point-by-point reference to the procedure and law of injunctions, covering • first meeting with the client • types of injunctions, including definition and purpose, tests for granting them, and more • considerations prior to initiating the process • court practice and process, including demand letter, notice, motions, drafting of orders, disclosure, evidence, documents, return date and adjournment, the hearing itself, costs, and much more • enforcement • appeals. Even experienced counsel will benefit from the checklists provided, as well as the practical and real precedents that will assist in translating the point-by-point statement of rules into documents required to proceed to court quickly.
About the Author
Eugene Meehan, Q.C.: Litigation partner at Supreme Advocacy LLP, Ottawa. He works with other lawyers in taking cases in all areas of the law to the Supreme Court of Canada (both Leave to Appeal and Appeal). Appeared as counsel and co-counsel before the SCC. Holds four degrees in law: University of Edinburgh (LL.B.), McGill University (LL.M.), University of Ottawa (LL.B.) and Doctor of Civil Law from McGill University (D.C.L.). A practising member of six Bars: Ontario, Alberta, N.W.T., Yukon, Nunavut and is licenced to practise law in the state of Arizona, U.S.A. Appointed Queen's Counsel 1999, National President of the Canadian Bar Association 1999-2000, and Executive Legal Officer to the Supreme Court of Canada 1990-1992. Eugene Meehan can be reached at