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Past Events › Litigation

April 2019

Civil Advocacy Series: Getting at the Facts (Red Deer)

April 26 | 9:00 am4:30 pm
Black Knight Inn, 2929 50 Ave
Red Deer, AB T4R 1H1 Canada
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$296.25 – $445.00

Understanding the facts is critical for all civil litigators. In this skills-focused program, learn techniques that will assist you in the various fact-finding stages of civil litigation matters. Develop the confidence to elicit the facts that best support your case and to address those facts that do not.

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November 2019

Questioning (Edmonton)

November 6 | 9:00 am4:30 pm
Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre, 11727 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 3A1 Canada
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$269.25 – $445.00

Review the scope of questioning, including relevancy and opinion evidence. Discuss the use of questioning evidence; cross examination on affidavit vs. questioning for discovery; and dealing with exhibits, documents, and undertakings.

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Questioning (Calgary)

November 12 | 9:00 am4:30 pm
The Glenmore Inn & Convention Centre, 1000 Glenmore Court SE
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2E6 Canada
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$296.25 – $445.00

Review the scope of questioning, including relevancy and opinion evidence. Discuss the use of questioning evidence; cross examination on affidavit vs. questioning for discovery; and dealing with exhibits, documents, and undertakings.

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Seminars on Demand

Appellate Advocacy (Seminar on Demand)
Civil Enforcement Fundamentals (Seminar on Demand)
Effective Legal Support: Civil Litigation (Seminar on Demand)
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Fundamentals (Seminar 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)
Questioning (Seminar on Demand)
Evidence Law Refresher (Seminar on Demand)
Client Relationship Essentials (Seminar on Demand)

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Publications

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

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Program Materials

Paperwork, Paperwork, Paperwork: Tips and Trade Practices for Bailiff Dealings in Civil Enforcement Matters
Procedural Considerations in Oppression Claims and Derivative Actions
Pre-Judgment Enforcement Remedies
Post Judgment Enforcement
Selected Case Law on Civil Enforcement
Civil Enforcement Priorities: Deemed Trusts Under the Income Tax Act and Excise Tax Act
Anton Piller Orders
Shaping the Facts from the Outset – Effective Pleadings
The Role of Questioning in the Summary Judgment and Summary Trial Environment
Conducting Questioning for Discovery

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Multimedia Downloads

50th Annual Refresher - Audio Recordings and Program Materials
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
Getting it Done: A Creative Approach to Concluding Conflict
What is the Difference between a Case Management Officer (Court of Appeal) and Case Management Couns
Oral Argument in the Court of Appeal of Alberta
Dispute Resolution – Mediation, The Fusion of Reason and Abstraction

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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]

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