(See below for special pricing for SCOPE readers!)
Obtaining judgment is just the start, as anyone who appears in Small Claims Court knows. Enforcing that judgment calls for a whole new set of skills, processes and procedures – procedures that have changed recently.
Learn more about these matters in “Enforcement of Orders Including Contempt,” a CPD available online. Topics include the new contempt procedures and how to be more effective in enforcing orders.
The webinar includes an overview of collection, including garnishments, writs, judgment debtor examination techniques, and identifying assets for execution. Concerns about the inherent powers of deputy judges will be reviewed — the most-current practice and techniques to bring evasive debtors before appropriate courts.
Marcel Mongeon, a lawyer in Ontario with over 30 years of Small Claims Court experience, presents this CPD. He is qualified in Ontario and Quebec, as well as New York State. A Canadian registered patent and trade-mark agent, Mongeon holds business, law and science degrees from McGill, McMaster, Strathclyde and Swinburne Universities, and is a Fellow of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada. He is a sought-after international presenter and consultant on law, business strategy, intellectual property management and negotiations.
Small Claims Clinic has provided special pricing for SCOPE readers – $99 + HST, for a $50 savings. That includes program materials and a recording of the webinar to watch at your convenience.
This webinar is accredited by the Law Society.
Here is a direct link to register for the special SCOPE pricing for the CPD.