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Interlocutory Proceedings (Print + ProView online)
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This insightful service details the various proceedings that may be used before trial explaining how to obtain the desired order so you can be one step ahead of the game. No matter what kind of proceeding you're researching, with this resource you will know how to:
  • Obtain the order
  • Identify the proper test for granting the order in specific proceedings
  • Enforce the order
  • Identify the inherent risks
  • Analyze the cost benefit considerations
  • Access the precedents you need to obtain the order
You'll also benefit from extensive coverage of motions to stay a proceeding, where you will learn about:
  • When such a motion can be brought forward
  • Statutory and regulatory provisions which govern such a motion
  • forum non-conveniens – its tactical considerations and the law
  • How to determine whether a real and substantial connection exists
  • Choice of law and venue…and more!
Interlocutory Proceedings designed for every day use, whenever you want to know how to prepare effective interim motions. Take advantage of:
  • Helpful hints
  • Legislative authorities
  • Risk and tactical considerations
  • Precedents …and more!
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About the Author
Christopher Wirth is a partner at Stockwoods LLP, Toronto. His practice focuses on corporate/commercial litigation, libel and slander, professional discipline and negligence, employment law and administrative law. He has appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal, Divisional Court and Superior Court of Justice and also regularly appears before many professional and regulatory bodies and coroners' inquests.

He is the author of numerous publications such as Interlocutory Proceedings and co–editor of O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms, Ontario – Court Forms, Division VIII (Canada Law Book). He is an instructor for the Bar Admission Course and speaks and writes on many topics, including civil litigation, product liability and employment law. He is a member of Advocates' Society, Canadian Bar Association, Toronto Lawyers' Association and the American Association for Justice.