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Mr. Kinnaird has appeared at every court level up to the Ontario Court of Appeal, as well as the Federal Court of Canada. Some of his more noteworthy cases have been published by the Ontario Reports, the law digest for the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Mr. Kinnaird is a past associate editor of the Digest of Employment and Labour Decisions.
His practice emphasizes litigation and trial advocacy.
He invites you to a complimentary consultation to review your case, and its prospects for success in the courts.


This Guide is not intended to be a substitute for independant legal advice, and is subject to its Terms of Use.

Table of Contents

Do You Have a Claim?
Nature of your Loss
Who Is the Cause?
Time Waits for No One
Your Duty to Minimize Your Loss

Evidence
Documents
Witnesses
Experts

The Process
Where to Sue
Making your Claim
Discovering the Evidence
Preparing for Your Trial
Getting Judgment
Getting Paid

Compromising and Costs
Making Offers to Settle
How Courts Award Costs
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