Discovery is an essential part of any lawsuit. Through the discovery process, you learn the strengths and weaknesses of the case and gather evidence to rely on at trial.
What You Need To Know About Bringing A Defamation Lawsuit
Your reputation is important and worth protecting. If someone makes negative comments about you or your business, you may wish to consider a defamation lawsuit.
Can I Bring A Motion For Default Judgment In BC?
A plaintiff can “win by default” if a defendant fails to respond to a claim. If you are the plaintiff, the steps you must take to get judgment against a defendant in default will depend on the type of claim you have.
Ask a Litigation Lawyer: How Long Do I Have to Start My Lawsuit?
A civil litigation lawyer can provide advice on the limitation period. If it expires, you lose the right to bring a lawsuit. If you are uncertain about when the clock starts running for your civil law claim, read on for more information.
Should You Go to Small Claims Court?
If someone owes you money, injured you, or caused damage to your property, how do you know whether your lawsuit should be brought in Small Claims? Choosing the correct court depends on several factors.
Negotiating Construction Contracts to Avoid Legal Disputes
Construction contracts address issues such as payment, delays, and changes to the scope of work. Clearly establishing these terms will manage risk if a problem arises, helping you avoid legal disputes.
Protect Yourself by Filing a BC Builders Lien Claim
A builders lien is registered as a charge against title to the property under construction, giving the lien claimant a form of security for payment of the money owed.