The Law Reviews Publishes 'The Global Damages Review: Canada'
Now in its fifth edition, The Global Damages Review surveys the rules and common law principles underpinning the analysis and presentation of damages in key jurisdictions globally. The Canada chapter of the review covers the quantification of financial loss, the use of expert evidence, and an analysis of recent Canadian case law.
This guide is published by The Law Reviews, which provides in-depth analysis of global legal issues, written by thought leaders at the world’s top law firms.
To read the Canada chapter of The Global Damages Review, please click here.
Note: Lawson Lundell summer student Colin Bryden also contributed to the writing of this chapter.