Canadian Lawyer InHouse

Feb/Mar 2010

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Inhouse titles Bankruptcy in Canada, Fourth Edition Substantially revised and rewritten by two leading practitioners, this fourth edition is of benefit to civil and common law practitioners. It offers a concise, comprehensive description of bankruptcy in general, and the distinctive features of the Canadian system in particular. Hardbound • 912 pp. • 2009 • $225 P/C 0181010000 • ISBN 978-0-88804-491-4 Key Developments in Environmental Law, 2008-2009 in Environmental Law, This collection of timely, insightful and judicious articles is written by a cross-section of highly qualified environmental law practitioners from across Canada. Hardbound • 150 pp. • 2009 • On subscription $105 P/C 0241140000 • One time purchase $115 P/C 0241010000 • ISSN 1913-2512 Cross-Border Litigation: Interjurisdictional Practice and Procedure This is an easy-to-use, practical guide to navigating all aspects of interjurisdictional litigation, covering everything from deciding where to commence litigation to enforcement of a judgment. Hardbound • 424 pp. • 2009 • $115 P/C 0291010000 • ISBN 978-0-88804-484-6 The Law of Banking and Payment in Canada Joint winner of the 2009 Walter Owen Book Prize This comprehensive treatise addresses the regulatory policies, the key institutions, the specialized and general-purpose payment systems and the decisions of the courts of Canada on the issues they raise. Looseleaf & binders (3) • $445 Releases invoiced separately (1/yr) P/C 0197030000 • ISSN 1918-4247 Enforcing Human Rights in Ontario The was recently amended to significantly change how human rights are protected, promoted and enforced in Ontario. This is the first book to outline how the new human rights system works, written by lawyers renowned for their experience in the area. Hardbound • 336 pp. • 2009 • $98 • P/C 0301010000 ISBN 978-0-88804-485-3 Negotiation: The Art of Mutual Gains Bargaining, Second Edition No other book focuses on the negotiation aspect of collective bargaining from a co-operative mutual-gains perspective. Fully illustrated with practical and current examples, this resource analyzes and prescribes strategies, tactics and checklists for the benefit of both parties involved. Perfectbound • Approx. 200 pp. • February 2010 • $68 P/C 0712010002 • ISBN 978-0-088804-493-8 28 • FEBRUARY 2010 For a 30-day, no-risk evaluation call: 1.800.565.6967 Canada Law Book is a Division of The Cartwright Group Ltd. Prices subject to change without notice, to applicable taxes and shipping & handling. INHOUSE CA081 Stanley D. Berger, Dianne Saxe and leading contributors John D. Honsberger, Q.C., and Vern W. DaRe Bradley Crawford, Q.C. David Corry and Courtenay Mercier Kenneth C. MacDonald Mary Cornish, Fay Faraday and Jo-Anne Pickel Human Rights Code

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