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  • Mandatory injunctions, usually an extraordinary remedy, are becoming increasingly viable tools to deal with novel disputes created between commercial entities. Explore the distinction between injunctions and mandatory injunctions, the mechanics of a mandatory injunction, and practical considerations. This on-demand program originally broadcast on May 5, 2022. Total running time is 1 hour, 14 minutes.
  • Explore topics related to the law of judgment enforcement in Alberta. This program is intended for those in their early years of practice, or for those looking to review the fundamentals. This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person and livestream program on May 4, 2022. Total running time is 2 hours, 47 minutes.
  • Modern civil procedure has increasingly promoted summary disposition processes over conventional trials as more proportionate, sensible, and affordable approaches to resolve civil disputes. This paper provides practical information on: (1) the purpose and legal test for each of five discussed summary dispositions, (2) how to determine whether a summary disposition is appropriate, and (3) the procedure to bring forward a summary disposition. This paper was presented at LESA’s Practical Considerations for Summary Disposition of Civil Matters webinar on March 22, 2022.
  • Wrongful death claims are very similar to personal injury claims in terms of how they are litigated. However, as they are largely governed by the Alberta Fatal Accidents Act, there are peculiarities which can arise in these cases. This paper explores five of them. This paper was presented at LESA’s Wrongful Death Claims: 5 Things to Know webinar on March 17, 2022.
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    Review the record in both judicial reviews and statutory appeals.  Identify which documents should be referenced, when affidavits are admissible,  who has the onus respecting admissibility, when should the record be filed, and practical pointers for preparing the record. This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program in April 2022, as part of our Administrative Law Update program. Total running time is 1 hour, 22 minutes.