Civil Law (Books and Journals)
- Child Support Guidelines in Canada, 2022 by: Irwin Law Inc., 2022
- Personal Property Security Law - Third Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2022
- Canadian Family Law - Ninth edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2022
- Fertility: 40 Years of Change by: Irwin Law Inc., 2022
- The Canadian Class Action Review From No. 1-1, January 2004 to No. 18-2, August 2023 Irwin Law Inc., 2021
- The Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Seventh Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2021
- Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform From No. 1, January 1995 to No. 26, January 2021 University of Victoria Law, 2021
- The Law of Contracts. Third Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2020
- Canadian Family Law. Eighth Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2020
- The Law of Bailment by: Irwin Law Inc., 2019
- Child Support Guidelines in Canada, 2020 by: Irwin Law Inc., 2019
- Fundamental Justice: Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Second Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2019
- Queen's Law Journal From Vol. 39 No. 2, March 2014 to Vol. 48 No. 2, January 2023 Queen's University, Faculty of Law, 2019
- University of British Columbia Law Review From Vol. 45 No. 1, January 2012 to Vol. 55 No. 1, January 2022 University of British Columbia Law Review Society (Canada), 2019
- Surrogacy in Canada by: Irwin Law Inc., 2018
- The Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Sixth Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2017
- Expert Witnesses in Civil Litigation. A Practical Guide by: Irwin Law Inc., 2017
- Saskatchewan Law Society Case Digests
- Advancing Social Rights in Canada by: Irwin Law Inc., 2014
- Understanding Bail in Canada by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- Bank and Customer Law in Canada. Second Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- Discovery Techniques. A Practical Guide to the Discovery Process in Civil Actions by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- Mediation for civil litigators by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- Lawyers, Families, and Businesses. The Shaping of a Bay Street Law Firm, Faskens 1863–1963 by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- The Law of Equitable Remedies. Second Edition by: Irwin Law Inc., 2013
- Ottawa Law Review From Vol. 39 No. 1, December 2007 to Vol. 53 No. 1, January 2022 Faculty of the Common Law Section, University of Ottawa, 2012
- Why Good Lawyers Matter by: Irwin Law Inc., 2012
- Animals and the Law by: Irwin Law Inc., 2011
- Essential Sources of Canadian Law by: Irwin Law Inc., 2009
- Mental Health Courts: Decriminalizing the Mentally Ill by: Irwin Law Inc., 2007
- The Precarious State of the Ragoonanan Principle in Ontario
- Time for Change: Advancing the Objectives of Class Actions by Removing the “Residency Requirement” from British Columbia’s Class Proceedings Act
- L’autorisation d’actions collectives mondiales au Canada : deux solitudes aux antipodes
- Considerations for Crafting Accessible and Effective Notices
- Class Actions Related to Police Conduct during Citizen Protests: $6,000,000 Settlement with the City of Montreal
- Guidelines for contributors
- Sentencing Kids to Life: New approaches for challenging youth life sentences under Section 12 of the Charter.
- Writing Canada's Political Constitution.
- Releasing the Unknown: Theoretical and Evidentiary Challenges in Interpreting the Release of Unanticipated Claims.
- 'Police Authority is Necessary': The Canadian Origins of the Legal Powers to Detain and Deport, 1893-1902.
- What Meaning in a Right to Strike? MedReleaf and the Future of the Agricultural Employees Protection Act.
- A Pandemic Federal Election: Democracy Under Conditions of Emergency.
- Callow in More Ways Than One: The Supreme Court Causes More Confusion in Contract.
- Wither the Divisional Court? Looking at the Past, Analyzing the Present, and Querying the Future of Ontario's Intermediary Appellate Court.
- Deceptive Design and Ongoing Consent in Privacy Law.
- Simplifying access to justice: Michael Eizenga publishes the class actions Handbook, an essential, multi-jurisdictional resource for Canadian jurists
Towards a trauma-informed approach: adapting class action procedure for survivors of sexual abuse
Civil procedure for survivors of sexual abuse seeking damages is frequently criticized for its insensitivity to the needs of survivors. Class actions are often pointed to as a less harmful alternative. A review of the jurisprudence of sexual abuse class actions demonstrates how courts’ thinking on the issue has evolved over the past two decades and gives clues as to where these actions are headed.
Early disposition or prejudicial attrition? An analysis of bill 161 and pre-certification dispositive motions in class actions
The number of class actions filed in Canada each year is increasing, and the rate of certification is high. Until recently, certification hearings have been the unequivocal first step in a collective action, subject to the sequencing discretion of the presiding adjudicator. However, the legislative framework governing class actions litigation in Ontario was recently overhauled, with major changes
Pre-certification motions that dispose of or limit the issues at trial: six factors for judges to consider
Before Bill 161, Ontario courts rarely heard Rule 20 and Rule 21 motions, also known as dispositive motions, prior to certification of a class action. Among the sweeping changes brought in by Bill 161 was the creation of a presumptive right for parties to bring pre-certification motions to dispose of the proceeding, in whole or in part, or to narrow the issues. Under this new presumptive right,...
Are class actions progressive? An enquiry into the nature and function of modern class actions
The precise nature and function of class actions have long been explored by courts, practitioners, and scholars. In order to put a contemporary twist on what is now a decades-long debate, this article asks whether class actions are “progressive” (as that term is currently understood) and proceeds to give arguments for and against the proposition. Ultimately, it concludes that despite their socio-e
- Le onziÃ¨me sÃ©nateur. Une pause d'archÃ©ologie constitutionnelle rÃ©cente.
- ProlÃ©gomÃ¨nes Ã la reconnaissance de droits Ã l'Ã©ducation postsecondaire en vertu de l'article 23 de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertÃ©s.
- 'Clearly a Subjective Determination': Interpretations of 'Undue Suffering' at the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (2000-2019).
- The Ecological Constitution: Reframing Environmental Law.
- 'Other Materials'--Traitorous Love and Decolonizing the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation.
- Form and Types of Order
- Preliminary Sections
- Effect, Registration, and Enforcement of Child Support Orders