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  • Outsourcing Trial Work

    Mick Hassell was recently quoted in a Canadian Bar Association article talking about law firms outsourcing, including outsourcing trial work. Mick is quoted as saying Most law firms retain me for trials because they could use someone with more trial experience and/or they are too busy litigating oth … Read more »

  • How to Draft a Statement of Claim

    This article on how to draft a statement of claim covers 6 steps to help with your drafting. The article is geared towards self-represented litigants in Superior Court (many, but not all concepts will apply to Small Claims Court too). It is legal information, not legal advice. I’ve read a lot of cla … Read more »

  • How To Settle Court Cases (especially during Court closures)

    The outbreak of covid-19 across the world has shut down the Courts. Two obvious points during these challenging times: There are many things in life far more important than litigation.Litigation must be handled differently. Obligations Lawyers have always been duty bound to encourage and explore res … Read more »

  • Ontario Civil Trial Package

    For Ontario-based law firms, lawyers, paralegals, law clerks, legal assistants, self-reps and clients, you can purchase two of our top trial resources as a package. HOW TO WINg A TRIAL ($125 value) plus Ontario Civil Trial Checklist ($75 value) Please click the button below to purchase both trial re … Read more »

  • Legal Fee Disagreements

    Lawyer-client retainer agreements are contracts and there are duties beyond the contract imposed upon the lawyer. Most legal fee disagreements can be avoided or resolved through good communication. This article touches upon four options to sort out legal fee disagreements that cannot be resolved. 1. … Read more »