Civil Litigation

When your clients find themselves in disputes, you want to help resolve them as efficiently and effectively as possible. You need to be at the top of your game in civil procedure knowledge and civil advocacy skills. We can assist you with both.

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37th Annual Intensive Advocacy (Calgary)
Civil Advocacy Series: Getting at the Facts (Red Deer)
Civil Enforcement Fundamentals (Calgary)
Civil Enforcement Fundamentals (Edmonton)
Appellate Advocacy (Edmonton)
PCLaw for Lawyers and Legal Support Staff (Edmonton)
PCLaw for Lawyers and Legal Support Staff (Calgary)
Appellate Advocacy (Calgary)
8th Annual Law & Practice Update (Calgary)
Tech Solutions for Busy Law Practices (Calgary)

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Seminars on Demand

Estate Litigation Fundamentals (Seminar on Demand)
Running Your First Trial (Seminar on Demand)
Drafting Pleadings, Affidavits, and Orders: The Pleading Edge (Seminar on Demand)
Evidence Law Refresher (Seminar on Demand)
Questioning (Seminar on Demand)
Client Relationship Essentials (Seminar on Demand)
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Fundamentals (Seminar on Demand)

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Practice Manuals / Publications

Alberta Civil Practice Manual (Electronic Format)
Alberta Civil Practice Manual (Hardcopy & Electronic Format)
Civil Litigation Fundamentals (Hardcopy & Electronic Format)
Civil Litigation Fundamentals (Electronic Format)
Collections Fundamentals (Electronic Format)
Collections Fundamentals (Hardcopy & Electronic Format)

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Program Materials

Litigation Lessons from the American Civil War and Other Lesser Conflicts
Risk Analysis as a Tool for Settlement and Case Strategy
Litigation Strategies Program Materials
The Recipe for Successful Legal Project Management: Ingredients to Adopt in Practice
50th Annual Refresher - Audio Recordings and Program Materials
Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Discussion of Mediation, JDRs and Arbitration
Judicial Dispute Resolution – What Do Judges Want?
The Art of Being Prepared…How and when a little forethought and effort will pay off handsomely
Purchase Price Adjustments in Share and Asset Transactions
50th Annual Refresher Program Materials

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Multimedia Downloads

50th Annual Refresher - Audio Recordings and Program Materials
Dispute Resolution – Mediation, The Fusion of Reason and Abstraction
Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems: An In-House Counsel’s Perspective
Advocacy and Dispute Resolution
Class Actions
Navigating Through the Access Web
Requesting Records from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation
Litigation Privilege in the Information Age
Keeping on Track
Moving Forward: Understanding and Overcoming Litigation Delay

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Complimentary Resources

“The Vineyard Revitalisation” – Client Discovery, Counselling, and Goal Implementation
Can you Have Your Cake and Eat it Too?: The Deductibility of Future Benefits From SEF 44 Claims.
Changes to the Alberta Insurance Act
Breaking the Service Mould

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The New Rules of Court: A Seamless Transition is a half-day session providing background on how and why the Rules of Court are changing, and how they will affect your practice. Hear from renowned representatives of the Courts, the Alberta Law Reform Institute, the Rules of Court Committee, and the practising bar.
[Original Seminar Date: April 12, 2010]

Contact Us to order the above Rules of Court video program.