LITIGATION

The Civil Litigation process can be an intimidating and lengthy process; however, having knowledge about the process can help ease the process.

The key steps in the litigation process include:

- Determining Jurisdiction
- Statement of Claim
- Statement of Defence and Counterclaim or Cross-claim
- Reply and Defence to Counterclaim or Cross-claim
- Discovery Plan
- Affidavit of Documents (also known as the Documentary Discovery)
- Examinations for Discovery
- Answering Undertakings and Motions to Compel Answers
- Motions
- Mandatory Mediation (depending on your jurisdiction)
- Setting the matter down for Trial and Pre-Trial Conference
- Trial

Your hard-earned money is put at risk by a lawsuit; your livelihood is put into question as a result of a car accident; your clients refuse to pay their accounts. Litigations can involve:

- Slip and Falls
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Corporate Disputes
- Commercial Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Purchase
- Sales
- Negotiations

Criminal

- Sexual assault
- Manslaughter
- Drinking and driving
- Fraud
- Drug offences
- Over 80 and Impaired
- Murder

Family

- Child custody
- Division of property
- Spousal support
- Marriage agreements

Litigation

- Slip and Falls
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Corporate Disputes
- Commercial Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Purchase
- Sales
- Negotiations

Immigration

- Permanent Immigration
- Canadian Citizenship
- Work Permits, Study Permits, Visa Applications
- Inadmissibility Matters
- Hearings, Appeals and Judicial Review

CASES ON LITIGATION LAW

September 7, 2010

Aly v. Nader Halal Meat Inc., 2010 ONSC 4781 (CanLII)

CITATION:  Aly v. Nader Halal Meat Inc., 2010 ONSC 4781 COURT FILE NO.:  CV-10-0138-00 DATE:  20100907   SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE – ONTARIO     RE:         […]