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  • How to Settle a Lawsuit – for Fair Value

    We are told that “most cases settle”. This conventional wisdom overlooks the fact that many lawsuits are settled for little or no value. No one says that “most cases settle for fair value“. Here is how to settle a case for fair value: Value the claim – this involves looking at liability, damages, co … Read more »

  • Will Say Statements

    A will say statement is an overview of the anticipated evidence of a witness. This would be important for witnesses other than the parties who are subject to examinations for discovery and experts who have prepared a report. Will say statements are for the other witnesses for whom there is inadequat … Read more »

  • How to Conduct a Case Conference

    It is important to recognize there is a difference between a “pre-trial conference” pursuant to rule 50.02 and a “case conference” pursuant to rule 50.13. This article considers case conferences pursuant to rule 50.13 in the context of civil litigation matters. The article is also relevant to case m … Read more »

  • How to Prepare an Affidavit of Documents

    One step in the discovery process is preparing an affidavit of documents, which involves gathering, naming, organising and indexing all documents relevant to a case. The key steps in preparing an affidavit of documents is as follows: Gather all relevant documents; Scan all hard copies so everything … Read more »

  • The Rule in Browne v. Dunn

    Browne v. Dunn is an English decision from the House of Lords in 1893. It remains good law today and is important for cross-examination. It is sometimes (erroneously) referred to as the rule in Brown v. Dunn or even Brown v. Dunne. You are not alone if you have forgotten or misplaced the “e” in Brow … Read more »