Navigating the Small Claims Court seminar

The small claims court is an effective tool for collecting debts of $25,000 or less and you don't need a lawyer. It is quick, efficient, and cheap. This one day seminar teaches you how to sue successfully in the small claims court including:

  • How to pick successful claims so you don't waste your time
  • Quantifying your damages
  • Avoid limitation period problems
  • Workshop on preparing a good Plaintiff's Claim
  • Review and respond to common debtor defences
  • Preparing for the Pre-trial Settlement Conference
  • How to run a trial – trial preparation and advocacy including a trial workshop
  • Enforcing your Judgment – seizing land, bank accounts, salaries, etc.

This program may be eligible for up to 5 Substantive hours for the Law Society's CPD requirement but is NOT accredited for Professionalism hours. With professional materials and experienced legal instructions, this is a seminar you can't afford to miss.

date:
Oct. 26, 2016 (one-day seminar)
schedule:
Wed. 9am – 4pm
where:
TCA, 70 Leek Cresc., Richmond Hill
instructor(s):
 
Catherine Willson, Counsel,
Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP
TCA member:
$200 + HST
non-member:
$250 + HST
INSTRUCTOR: Catherine Willson, Counsel, Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP

Catherine brings more than 25 years' experience in construction law, employment law, and commercial litigation. She is recognized as a leading construction lawyer in Ontario, providing timely advice and protecting the interests of diverse clients in the industry. Her focus is on workplace law and employment-related issues. Catherine lectures extensively, and has published for national and other publications on issues of employment law.