Watson & McGowan's Ontario Civil Practice 2019 (ProView only)

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : A09408-19ON
Type de produit : eBook
Coût de mise à jour prévu : Annual volumes supplied on standing order subscription.
Nombre de pages : Approximately 1780 +1260 pages
Reliure : -
Date de publication : 2018-08-17
Éditeur : Carswell
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Watson & McGowan's Ontario Civil Practice is an essential reference on the rules of civil procedure for Ontario civil litigators

Founding Authors: Garry D. Watson, Q.C. and Michael McGowan

Contributing Editors: Michael Foulds and Peter Henein

An essential reference on the rules of civil procedure for Ontario civil litigators, Watson & McGowan's Ontario Civil Practice 2019 features expert commentary on how the rules of civil procedure are interpreted and applied in specific situations. This reference set contains:

  • The indispensable Annual Survey of Recent Developments in Civil Litigation – an essential guide to the key case law developments, reform initiatives and rule amendments. It includes commentary on recent SCC jurisprudence which has led to a state of confusion over the law dealing with relitigation of issues already determined in another adjudicative proceeding.
  • Thousands of case annotations
  • All Ontario court forms as Word documents on CD-ROM
  • Full text of the Rules of Civil Procedure, the Courts of Justice Act and related legislation, practice directions, Case Management Rules and annotations in a bound hardcover
  • Civil Court forms and other materials in a bound softcover

Special Offer for Standing Order Subscribers

As a standing order subscriber to Watson & McGowan's Ontario Civil Practice, you'll be entitled to receive the Practice Advisor, a bi-weekly email designed to keep you up to date on legislative and case law changes, at no extra charge, upon request.

New and Updated in this Edition

  • Recent amendments relating to the Rules of Civil Procedure (O. Reg. 584/17); amendments relating to the Family Law Rules (O. Reg. 298/18); and amendments relating to Small Claims Court Rules (O. Reg. 488/16 and O. Reg. 202/17).
  • Updated forms for the Rules of Civil Procedure, and the Family Law Rules.
  • Amendments to Court of Justice Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.C.43 (S.O. c. 14, Sch 4, s. 10; S.O. 2017, c. 20 Sched. 2, ss. 3-6; S.O. 2017 c. 20 Sched. 11, s. 7; S.O. 2017, c. 24, s. 75; S.O. 2017, c. 34, Sched. 46, s. 10)
  • The following Practice Directions, Guidelines, and Practice Advisories have been added since the publication of the First Supplement: Practice Advisory Concerning Long Motions in the City of Welland Effective April 3, 2018 and Practice Advisory Concerning Civil Long Motions in the Toronto Region Effective April 3, 2018
  • The following Practice Directions, Guidelines, and Practice Advisories have been added or amended since the last edition:  Notice re changes to Rules of Civil Procedure affecting the Court of Appeal of Ontario; Consolidated Practice Direction for Divisional Court Proceedings; Practice Advisory Concerning Long Motions in the Central East Region  and the “Tips for Filing Materials”; The Consolidated Practice Direction Concerning Family Cases in Central East Region; Consolidated Practice Direction for the Central South Region; and Consolidated Practice Direction for the Central West Region.
  • The Annual Survey of Recent Developments in Civil Procedure has been updated.   The authors reviewed and provided commentary on new case law and the rule amendments that have occurred since the last edition.
  • All commentary, case law, the Procedural Charts and rule highlights have been updated to take into account legislative amendments, changes and additions to Practice Directions, Guidelines and Practice Advisories and recent case law.
  • New commentary on the Judicial Review Procedure Act.
  • Case Law Developments include:
  • Canada (Procureur general) v. Thouin, 2017 SCC 46, 2017 CarswellQue 8001 (S.C.C.)  (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 39.03) – crown immunity and parliamentary privilege in the examination of a witness.
  • Bruff-Murphy v. Gunawardena, 2017 ONCA 502 (C.A.) (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 4.1.01) – duty of expert witnesses.
  • Wellman v. TELUS Communications Company, 2017 ONCA 433 (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 12) – the court’s discretion to grant a partial stay of proceedings where some but not all claims in the proceeding are subject to a mandatory arbitration clause.
  • Airia Brands Inc. v. Air Canada, 2017 ONCA 792 (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 12) - whether or not absent foreign class members should be excluded from the class on basis that the court lacked jurisdiction over their claims.
  • Butera v. Chown, Cairns LLP, 2017 ONCA 783 (C.A.), and Toronto-Dominion Bank, N.A. v. Lloyd’s Underwriters, 2017 CarswellOnt 20445, 2017 ONCA 1011 (C.A.) (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 20.01(3)) – the availability of partial summary judgment
  • Levesque v. Crampton Estate, 2017 ONCA 455 (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 28.01) –limitations period for a crossclaim against an estate.
  • Handley v. DTE Industries Limited, 2018 CarswellOnt 5118, 2018 ONCA 324 (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 30) – remedy for non-disclosure of an agreement between parties that affected their adversarial relationship.
  • Biancaniello v. DMCT LLP, 2017 ONCA 386 (C.A.) (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 49.09) - scope of settlement release
  • Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation, 2017 ONCA 827 (C.A.) (Rules of Civil Procedure, r. 61.06) - security for costs

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À propos de l'auteur

Derek McKay is a member of the Rules Secretariat of the Ontario Civil Rules Committee.  He is also Of Counsel at Roy O’Connor LLP, Barristers, where his work focuses on research and written advocacy, primarily in the areas of class proceedings, complex commercial litigation and appellate advocacy.

Michael McGowan is Counsel at Theall Group LLP where he focuses on Class Action Litigation. Michael has been editor-in-chief of Carswell Practice Cases since 1984. From 1992 to 1995 Michael served on the Class Proceedings Committee established under the Law Society Act, initially as Vice-Chair and subsequently as Chair.