Litigation

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  • Access Granted – Rule 7.3 Applications in Alberta

    $45.00
    This paper discusses the effect of the recent Supreme Court of Canada case of Hryniak v Mauldin, which revamped the test for summary judgment in Alberta. The authors provides a detailed analysis of how the case, which interprets an Ontario procedural rule, has been interpreted and applied by the Alberta courts.
    This paper is part of a collection presented at LESA’s Law and Practice Update in November, 2015.
    This document is an electronic product in Adobe PDF format. Shortly after your purchase, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the complete PDF.

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  • Access to Justice for Corporate Litigants: Embracing Change – Procedural and Technological Innovation in the Court and in Arbitral Institutions

    $65.00

    This paper focuses on best practices for managing commercial litigation and arbitration in order to achieve a fair, timely, and cost-effective process. It discusses strategies to maximize technology in resolving disputes, such as technology assisted review, e-filing, paperless hearings, remote appearances, and more. It also discusses case management, including the markers of effective case management and the one judge model.

    This paper is part of a collection presented at LESA’s 51st Annual Refresher: Business program in Lake Louise from May 6–8, 2018.

    This document is an electronic product in Adobe PDF format. Shortly after your purchase, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the complete PDF.

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  • Advanced Civil Litigation for Paralegals (Program Materials)

    Legal support staff are often tasked with managing complex civil litigation files. Discover tips for keeping files organized, strategies for handling complex matters, and explore key dos and don’ts, so you can enhance your confidence and competence.

  • Adverse Inferences

    $35.00
    In this paper, the authors present a practical guide to the law of adverse inference associated with a failure to call evidence.  They begin by relating the common law rule and then focus on how that rule is currently applied, citing case law.
    You can also access this paper by purchasing the seminar on demand. Seminars on demand allow you to stream video recordings of seminar speakers and download papers as PDFs.
    This paper was presented as part of LESA’s Evidence Law Refresher in November and December 2014.
    This document is an electronic product in Adobe PDF format. Shortly after your purchase, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the complete PDF.

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  • Advocacy and Dispute Resolution

    $45.00

    Acknowledging the popularity of ADR, this author suggests that resolution under these processes can be hindered by a lack of advocacy in the dispute resolution. She offers some tips and traps for the lawyer participating in ADR to ensure the most favourable results. Details include: choosing the most appropriate form of ADR, preparing written materials, preparing the client, and conducting oneself at the ADR proceeding itself.

    Added Bonus: Audio File 

    This paper was presented at the 47th Annual Refresher – Civil Litigation seminar in April 2014. Papers presented at the Civil Refresher are available for individual purchase

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  • Alberta Builders’ Lien Procedures Guide

    $55.00
    Originally prepared in 2012, this paper describes the procedures behind the builders’ lien, beginning with the question of entitlement to a lien and working through these issues:  time to register a lien, what lands can be liened, the registration process, mineral liens, preserving a lien, enforcing a lien, the holdback and the lien fund, certificates of substantial performance, lien removal, and common pitfalls.
    This paper was presented as part of LESA’s Builders’ Liens seminar, held in March, 2015.
    This document is an electronic product in Adobe PDF format. Shortly after your purchase, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the complete PDF.

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  • Alberta Civil Practice Manual (Electronic Format)

    $445.00

    The Alberta Civil Practice Manual contains comprehensive information vital to your civil litigation practice. Packed with background information and commentary written by leading civil law practitioners, this manual contains valuable information to get you through a litigation file from start to finish, including topics on:

    • Commencing an action
    • The questioning process
    • Amending pleadings
    • Managing litigation
    • Resolving issues and preserving rights
    • Trial
    • Judgments and orders
    • Appellate rules

    The Alberta Civil Practice Manual is a subscription service that is updated periodically. Subscribers receive updates automatically, invoiced at the time of publication. You may remove yourself from our subscription list at any time by emailing info@lesa.org or by calling 780.420.1987.

    Update: 2018 

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    This version of the Alberta Civil Practice Manual is in electronic format only. You will be shipped a USB. Once placed, your order will be processed within 3 business days and shipped to the address indicated.

    NOTE: For the foreseeable future, USB shipment will be delayed. In the interim, this publication will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.

    To order a hardcopy of this publication click here.

     

    This publication is available on the LESA Library.

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  • Alberta Civil Practice Manual (Hardcopy & Electronic Format)

    $545.00

    The Alberta Civil Practice Manual contains comprehensive information vital to your civil litigation practice. Packed with background information and commentary written by leading civil law practitioners, this manual contains valuable information to get you through a litigation file from start to finish, including topics on:

    • Commencing an action
    • The questioning process
    • Amending pleadings
    • Managing litigation
    • Resolving issues and preserving rights
    • Trial
    • Judgments and orders
    • Appellate rules

    The Alberta Civil Practice Manual is a subscription service that is updated periodically. Subscribers receive updates automatically, invoiced at the time of publication. You may remove yourself from our subscription list at any time by emailing info@lesa.org or by calling 780.420.1987.

    Update: 2018 

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    This version of the Alberta Civil Practice Manual is provided in hardcopy and electronic format. You will be shipped a binder and a USB. Once placed, your order will be processed within 3 business days and shipped to the address indicated.

    NOTE: For the foreseeable future, binder and USB shipment will be delayed. In the interim, this publication will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.

    To order only the electronic format of this publication, click here.

     

    This publication is available on the LESA Library.

    Click here for more information.

  • Alberta Foreclosure Forms (Electronic Format)

    $245.00

    An essential addition to any foreclosure practice, Alberta Foreclosure Forms contain annotated and fillable forms commonly encountered in foreclosure proceedings. Included are forms relating to:

    • Preliminary matters
    • Commencing action
    • Service
    • Preservation orders
    • Redemption orders
    • Final orders for foreclosure
    • Orders for sale to plaintiff
    • Other final applications
    • Costs
    • Enforcement

    Alberta Foreclosure Forms is a subscription service that is updated periodically. Subscribers receive updates automatically, invoiced at the time of publication. You may remove yourself from our subscription list at any time by emailing info@lesa.org or by calling 780.420.1987.

    Update: 2017

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    This version of Alberta Foreclosure Forms is provided in electronic format only. You will be shipped a USB. Once placed, your order will be processed within 3 business days and shipped to the address indicated.

    NOTE: For the foreseeable future, USB shipment will be delayed. In the interim, this publication will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.

    To order a hardcopy of this publication, click here.

     

    This publication is available on the LESA Library.

    Click here for more information.

  • Alberta Foreclosure Forms (Hardcopy & Electronic Format)

    $345.00

    An essential addition to any foreclosure practice, Alberta Foreclosure Forms contain annotated and fillable forms commonly encountered in foreclosure proceedings. Included are forms relating to:

    • Preliminary matters
    • Commencing action
    • Service
    • Preservation orders
    • Redemption orders
    • Final orders for foreclosure
    • Orders for sale to plaintiff
    • Other final applications
    • Costs
    • Enforcement

    Alberta Foreclosure Forms is a subscription service that is updated periodically. Subscribers receive updates automatically, invoiced at the time of publication. You may remove yourself from our subscription list at any time by emailing info@lesa.org or by calling 780.420.1987.

    Update: 2017

    View contents

    This version of Alberta Foreclosure Forms is provided in hardcopy and electronic format. You will be shipped a binder and USB. Once placed, your order will be processed within 3 business days and shipped to the address indicated.

    NOTE: For the foreseeable future, binder and USB shipment will be delayed. In the interim, this publication will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.

    To order only the electronic format of this publication, click here.

     

    This publication is available on the LESA Library.

    Click here for more information.

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (Program Materials)

    Effective September 1, 2019, the Court of Queen’s Bench lifted the suspension of mandatory ADR. Now lawyers seeking quick resolution of disputes must consider alternative methods. Revisit various forms of ADR and develop strategies to enhance your use of them.

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes

    $45.00

    This paper was presented at the Update 2011 seminar held in May of 2011. The paper provides an overview of dispute resolutions processes including private mediation, court annexed mediation, judicial dispute resolution and use of the waiver rule in the Rules of Court. A cost/benefit analysis of dispute resolution and alternatives are also discussed.

    This document is an electronic product in Adobe PDF format. Shortly after your purchase, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the complete PDF.

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