- Practice Area: Corporate & Commercial Litigation
PRACTICAL LAW CANADA: CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL LITIGATION
Procedural and substantive law guidance for corporate and commercial litigation
Why Practical Law Canada Corporate & Commercial Litigation
The Corporate & Commercial Litigation module provides procedural and substantive law guidance to give litigators a significant advantage. Procedural topics include commencement and pleading, discovery, motions and applications, trial preparation and practice, costs and appeals. Substantive/specialty topics include corporate litigation, contract disputes, tort litigation and more.
With Practical Law Canada Corporate & Commercial Litigation, litigators get practical, how-to information to complement their legal research, which means improved response time, greater efficiency when drafting, and less time spent getting up to speed.
Topics in Corporate & Commercial Litigation
- Commencing an Action
- Construction Litigation
- Corporate Litigation
- International Arbitration
- Mediation and Settlement
- Motions and Chambers Applications
- Orders and Judgments
- Originating Applications and Petitions
- Responding to a Claim
- Service and Filing
- Substantive Law
- Torts and Contract Disputes
Marcy McKeePractice Lead, Corporate & Commercial Litigation
David NoseworthySenior Lawyer-Editor, Corporate & Commercial Litigation
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