to read the following documents
Evidence in the Supreme Court This
article, co-authored with Allan McDonnell, and was
published in the March 1988 issue of the Advocate,
the journal of the British Columbia Bar. Although
written some years ago, the principles discussed
remain relevant. It is reproduced with permission.
and Mediation Primer This paper
is the is the text of a paper given to the Credit
Granting Professionals of the Lower Mainland. It
is a of arbitration and mediation methods, purposes,
and methods. It will be of interest to persons and
their advisors considering a resolution of a dispute
who are unfamiliar with these processes; their advantages
Concerning The Specialist Arbitrator is
a paper focusing on the extent to which arbitrators
selected for their specific expertise may properly
rely on their education and experience in conducting
proceedings and preparing their awards.
litigation support is an important aspect
of our business. We have developed the capability
to provide opinions in a timely, cost-effective
manner in this complex area of litigation.
Issues in Licencing" is the text of a paper
given by Clayton at a course offered by the Continuing
Legal Education Society of B.C. ("CLE") on April
12, 2002. The paper is somewhat elementary for those
knowledgeable about valuation issues, but it does
touch on valuation problems peculiar to high-tech
companies that have not yet proven their economic
viability. Other papers given at this seminar can
be accessed at www.cle.bc.ca
in the Professions
(Intro) This paper is an updated version of one
given to the Executive Directors and Registrars
of Professional Associations of British Columbia.
It addresses the issue of disclosure of the disciplinary
processes of some of the medical and liberal professions
in the province.
- New Rules of Court for Experts in BC