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Book Spotlight 2 - March 2020

Posted by Peel Law Association on 16 March 2020

Continue to watch this space for promotions highlighting one of the books recently added to the PLA Library collection, as well as old favourites we think may be of interest to our PLA Library users.

Today's spotlight is on the book, Civil Appeals: The Year in Review, 2019 by Law Society of Ontario. This text is a new title in the PLA Library Collection and is available for borrowing by current PLA Members in good standing.

Published: December 9, 2019 by Law Society of Ontario

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Tab 1: 2019 Canadian class action appellate decisions : another busy year / Celeste Poltak, Michael Eizenga, Katrina E. Crocker and Michael C. Smith

Tab 2: Limitation periods update / Jeremy Opolsky, Alicja Puchta

Tab 3: Civil procedure update / Emma Carver, Sanam Goudarzi

Tab 4A: Appellate law update 2019 personal injury and medical negligence / Barbara Legate

Tab 4B: Tort law update / Paul Pape, Brodie Noga

Tab 5: The rule against evidence of negotiations in contractual interpretation : a rule ripe for revisiting / Geoff Hall

Tab 6: Rapid fire / Shantona Chaudhury, Alison Warner, Brodie Noga and Cristina Senese.

 

This item is available for signout from the PLA Library to PLA Members only. You may borrow this item for one week (seven days). Non PLA members are welcome to use this item in the PLA Library, but signout and borrowing privileges are limited to current PLA Members in good standing.

For a full listing of all of the new items added to the PLA Library Collection, please watch for your next issue of Peel Briefs (for PLA Members Only).

Not a member, but looking to become one? Please follow the links for the Membership Form and Fees, and a full list of PLA Membership Benefits. You may also contact the PLA Library Staff by email, and they will be happy to assist you. It only takes moments to join, and the PLA Library Staff can process memberships on the spot. Once payment is received, you can take advantage of all your PLA Membership Benefits, including discounts on CPD programs and social events.

As a friendly reminder, the Peel Law Association Library, Lawyers' Lounge and related services are open to all lawyers who are in good standing with the LSO, articling students, and LPP candidates.
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