Cambridge LLP 2023/2024 Presentation Series
Every year the Cross-Border Litigation Group at Cambridge LLP prepares a select number of Continuing Legal Education programs for the legal profession in the U.S. and other jurisdictions outside of our home country of Canada. Our goal is to help lawyers in these jurisdictions to understand some of the practical and strategic considerations at play when clients are involved in litigation which crosses borders or where there are Canadian parties or players in the mix.
Over the last 15+ years, our expert cross-border litigation team has provided hundreds of hours of cutting edge CLE programs to local, regional, national and international bar associations as well as leading law firms in the U.S. and abroad.
We are a Canadian law firm and our lawyers (although several have been admitted to the bar of several jurisdictions) only practice Canadian law. Each of the lawyers in our Cross-Border Litigation Group are Leading practitioners in the areas of private international law, cross-border and multi-jurisdictional litigation and international arbitration.
2020 Presentation Series Topics/Titles
The following are our presentation titles for 2020. These presentations may be modified or combined as desired:
Multi-Jurisdictional Litigation - U.S/Canada - Essential Considerations for U.S Lawyers
Extraordinary Remedies in Canada Available to U.S. Entities - The Power of Anton Piller Orders and Mareva Injunctions etc.
Enforcing Foreign Judgments and Letters of Request in Canada: The Canadian Revolution in Monetary and Non-Monetary Enforcement
Canadian Courts Exploring International Causes of Action, Formally the Dominion of U.S Federal Courts
All presentations are accompanied by detailed PowerPoint presentations as well as additional documentary resources.
Format of Presentations
We are pleased to offer our presentations live and in person (at bar associations or leading law firms) or by way of live webinar, or both! The latest webinar hosting technology is used, enabling live interactive question and answer sessions.
We welcome co-panelists from the jurisdiction to which we are presenting. Where our webinar format is chosen, our co-panelist may join our webinar and present remotely.
CLE Credit in Your Jurisdiction
Our seminars have been granted CLE credit in many States, including New York, California, Florida, Texas and many others. If any lawyers attending our presentations require CLE credit in a state or jurisdiction in which we do not already have CLE approval we are happy to make the application (we have never been refused CLE credit for any of our presentation).