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Class Actions Controversy

The Origins and Development of the Ontario Class Proceedings Act

Winner of the 2019 Peter Oliver Prize in Canadian Legal History Shortlisted for the Speaker’s Book Award 2019 The Ontario Class Proceedings Act, 1992 represented a major innovation in civil … 302 View

Law of Evidence, 7/e

The Law of Evidence, by David M. Paciocco and Lee Stuesser, is Canada’s leading text in evidentiary law in both criminal and civil cases. For nearly two decades, it has been relied upon by … ; 713 View

Mareva and Anton Piller Preservation Orders in Canada

A Practical Guide

This book deals with two effective civil litigation tools used in cases of fraud. A Mareva injunction, also referred to as an “asset preservation order,” is a court order that … 387 View

Introduction

From: Mareva and Anton Piller Preservation Orders in Canada

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This chapter explains preservation orders, asset freezing orders, and search orders generally. 31 $3.10 Add
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Overview

From: Class Actions Controversy

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Provides an introduction to the existing scholarship on the history of class actions. 14 $1.40 Add
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Preface

From: Law of Evidence, 7/e

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Simplified and concise record of the main rules and principles of the law of evidence for the student and practitioner. ; 2 $0.20 Add
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Class Actions in England, North America, and Australia

From: Class Actions Controversy

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This chapter explores the debate on class action reform in Ontario, which was preceded by the origins of class actions and group proceedings in the Court of Chancery, the limited jurisprudence in … 31 $3.10 Add
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Introduction

From: Law of Evidence, 7/e

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Examination of the role of evidence law, its sources, trends, application in courts and tribunals, and enforcement. ; 26 $2.60 Add
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Introduction

Nature of Mareva Relief

From: Mareva and Anton Piller Preservation Orders in Canada

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This chapter covers the nature and jurisdiction of Mareva relief in Canada and internationally. 19 $1.90 Add
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Test for Mareva Orders across Canadian Jurisdictions

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This chapter discusses the test for Mareva orders within Canada, with a comparison between provinces and territories. 11 $1.10 Add
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The Basics of Admissibility and the Evaluation of Evidence

From: Law of Evidence, 7/e

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Examination of basic rules of admission or exclusion of evidence in relation to materiality, relevance, and weight. ; 26 $2.60 Add
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The Early Campaign for Reform and the OLRC Report

From: Class Actions Controversy

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Chapter 3 covers the period from the early 1970s, when class actions began to be discussed in Ontario in the context of federal competition legislation and provincial consumer protection laws, to … 42 $4.20 Add
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Character Evidence

Primary Materiality

From: Law of Evidence, 7/e

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Examination of concepts of character evidence, including discreditable conduct, similar fact evidence, weighing probative value, assessing prejudice, and evidence of good character. ; 60 $6.00 Add
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First Part of Test

Strength of Case

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This chapter expands on the test for Mareva orders, including standard of proof, evidence, strength of case, and sequence of analysis. 4 $0.40 Add
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The Report of the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee on Class Action Reform (1985–1993)

From: Class Actions Controversy

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Chapter 4 looks at the reform debate under the tenure of Ian Scott as attorney general, the lead-up to and release of the Advisory Committee Report, and the subsequent passage of the CPA. 82 $8.20 Add
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Comparing the Reports of the Ontario Law Reform Commission and the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee

From: Class Actions Controversy

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Chapter 5 provides an analysis of why the Advisory Committee Report succeeded in forming the basis of a class action statute in Ontario, and why the OLRC Report did not. 18 $1.80 Add