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- Breach of Contract
- Child Support
- Dependant’s Relief
- Environmental Offences Sentencing
- Personal Injury
- Spousal Support
- Wrongful Dismissal
Our large collection of Quantum services covers the following distinct areas
Environmental Offences Sentencing Digests
Features a collection of searchable sentencing digests authored by Stanley D. Berger (Prosecution and Defence of Environmental Offences) and Jonathan Myers, summarizing decisions found in case law and Prosecution Disposition Reports from 1989 onward, and highlighting the various factors underlying the precise sentence in every instance.
Features quantum digests for cases in which child support awards are based on one of the following: Exceptions to the guideline table amounts; Extraordinary expenses; Income levels surpassing $150,000. The collection covers all Canadian trial and appellate court decisions from 1997 to the present.
Features quantum digests for cases selected for Goldsmith’s Damages for Personal Injury and Death and Carswell’s Personal Injury Damages Partner. The collection covers all Canadian trial and appeal decisions from 1991 to the present in which damages were awarded for personal injury or death.
Features quantum digests for cases classified under the following headings of The Canadian Abridgment’s subject title “Family Law – Support – Spousal Support” under federal and provincial statutes: Entitlement; Lump Sum Awards; Nominal Awards; Time Limited Awards; Interim Awards; Variation or Termination; and Miscellaneous Issues. The collection covers all Canadian trial and appeal decisions from 1997 to the present.
Features quantum digests for cases selected for Wrongful Dismissal Database by Barry B. Fisher, LL.B. and Patrick L. Benaroche, B.A., B.C.L., LL.B. The collection covers all Canadian trial and appeal decisions from 1954 to the present in which damages (notice period) were awarded for wrongful dismissal.