how can a litigation lawyer help
his/her clients in superior court or small claims court?
MR. FENG HAS ALL OF THE PROPER DEGREES NEEDED TO CLAIM HIS CERTIFICATION FOR ANY LAW FIRM ROLE.
Litigation is a lengthy process and is a gamble because the end process ultimately ends with the judge’s decisions. It takes an excellent litigation lawyer to stay ahead of the game and almost read what the decisions may come forth from the judge. Sometimes people get lucky and can settle out of court before this process takes place. Once caught up into the whirlwind of everything, it can be hard to figure everything out without a litigation lawyer. A litigation case cannot go without an experienced litigation lawyer. If the parties can solve an issue independently or outside the courtroom, the case is not litigation. Only unresolvable cases are litigations, and there are many different types of litigation cases.
WHEN LOOKING INTO FINDING A LITIGATION LAWYER, WHETHER IN A SMALL CLAIMS COURT, SUPERIOR COURT, THE COURT OF APPEALS OR THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA, THERE ARE RULES ONE MUST GO BY.
ONTARIO'S COURTS ALLOW CLIENT TO ENTER THE COURTROOMS WITH THEIR LAWYER SPEAKING ON THEIR BEHALF.
Where clients are unrepresented, corporations and big businesses can still have their lawyers present. Many see this as unfair, and practically, it is. It is in these types of cases where a litigation lawyer should be present for the litigants. Small Claims Courts deal with monetary claims of up to $35,000, while Superior Courts and above have no limits.
When it comes to winning a case, most people find it beneficial to have a lawyer
present no matter what.