Live webinar September 2023 
OR available available video recording


To be determined


4 hours

SUMMARY: This course will discuss the complexities of managing difficult clients and self represented parties. The instructor will also be discussing how to handle complex motions and preparing affidavits and arguments for Rule 12 and Rule 20.08 motions.  The instructor will also discuss expert witnesses, how to determine if one is needed, how to qualify them, and the steps taken to use an expert at trial.  The course continues the discussion from Part 1 on Enforcement Proceedings by providing a more in-depth overview on the topic, including a discussion on older judgments, judgment proof debtors, distribution amongst creditors and garnishment hearings.  There will be opportunities for fulsome discussion and to explore case studies. 

  • Professionalism
    • Managing Difficult Clients
    • Managing Self Represented Parties
  • Complex Motions
    • Rule 12 motions to Strike or Amend Pleadings
    • Rule 20.08 (2.1) Where leave required to issue a garnishment
  • Expert Witnesses
    • When do you need an expert
    • What is needed in order to qualify an expert
    • How do you qualify and expert at trial
  • Enforcement of Judgments –  A Deeper Dive
    • Judgments more than 6 years old
    • Self-employed debtors
    • What can be garnished outside of wages and bank accounts
    • Equal Distribution Amongst Creditors
    • Garnishment Hearings

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For Lawyers and Paralegals

Law Society of Ontario
• Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for up to 4 hours

Purchasing Options

Single Course


• Attendance at the live four hour webinar
• Access to the course materials
• Ability to watch the webinar until December 31, 2024


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