Summoning Witnesses for Small Claims Court Trial
In five easy steps, determine when you would need to serve summons on witnesses and how to do it
This course is a subset of Winning at Small Claims Court Without the Help of a Lawyer of Paralegal (it contains lecture 24). Sometimes you would need to serve summons on witnesses to ensure their attendance at trial in Small Claims Court. This course teaches you in five easy steps how to determine when you would need to serve summons and how to do it.
For those, who wish to learn the entire small claims court process - from claim to trial - we recommend the purchase of the complete course - Winning at Small Claims Court Without the Help of a Lawyer or Paralegal.
Amer Mushtaq is a Toronto-based lawyer with over 13 years of legal experience. He is the founder of You Counsel and Formative LLP. Previously, Amer has worked at one of the top National firms in Canada. In his legal career, Amer has worked for and against some of the top lawyers in the country.
Amer is also a passionate legal educator with strong teaching credentials. He is a former faculty member of Osgoode Hall Law School's Professional Development course on small claims court procedures, which is attended by lawyers, paralegals and law clerks.
Amer is also a former adjunct professor at Seneca College where he taught a legal course to post-graduate students. He has also spoken as a guest lecturer at University of Western Ontario Law School, and has presented at numerous conferences at Ontario Bar Association, Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers.
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