Published on April 1, 2013
Posted in: David Sterns, Jennifer Pocock, News
speaks to the Canadian Bar Association’s National Magazine following an appeal that will decide when courts can render judgment in a case by summary judgment and without a full trial.
The appeal raises important questions about how to deal with the increasing costs and delays in our civil justice system. The CBA argued that judges who hear summary judgment motions should be given the tools necessary to allow justice to be delivered in a timely and cost-effective way.
David and Jennifer Pocock were an important part of the CBA’s counsel team. Our pro bono work on behalf of the CBA is part of Sotos LLP’s service to the profession and commitment to advancing timely and affordable justice.