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  • Date Recorded:
    Apr 20, 2017
    Running Time:

    7:53:25

    Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.Substantive & Professionalism
  • Program Date:
    Apr 19, 2017
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    Advancing or Defending Invisible Injury Cases

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 19, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Medical and Psychological Background
    Dr. Karen Wiseman, Psy.D., C. Psych., ABPP,
    Practice in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology; Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
    Dr. David Berbrayer, Physiatrist & Consultant, Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, & Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto

    Tab 2
    The Law Of Invisible Injury: Where It Stands, Where It’s Going
    David Lackman,
    Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers
    Susan Gunter, Dutton Brock LLP
    Meghan M. Hull Jacquin, Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP

    Tab 3
    Building the Plaintiff’s Case: Making the Invisible Visible
    Wendy H. Sokoloff,
    Sokoloff Lawyers
    Alfred M. Kwinter, Singer, Kwinter

    Tab 4
    Constructing the Winning Defence Case: Tools and Strategies
    John Burnes,
    Brown & Burnes
    Mark Elkin, Thompson, Tooze, McLean & Elkin
    Antonella F. Albano, Senior Legal Counsel, Legal Claims Dept., Intact Insurance Company

    Tab 5
    Ethical and Professional Issues In Advancing or Defending Invisible Injury Claims
    Amani Oakley,
    Oakley & Oakley Professional Corporation
    Gregory Neinstein, Neinstein LLP
    Paul Tushinski, Dutton Brock LLP

    Tab 6
    Notes

  • Date Recorded:
    Apr 19, 2017
    Running Time:

    7:22:30

    Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.
  • Program Date:
    Apr 10, 2017
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    The 2017 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 10, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Fact Scenario

    Tab 2
    2017 Update on Strategies and Best Practices for Responding to and Managing Privacy Breaches in Healthcare
    Sherry Liang
    Assistant Commissioner, Tribunal Services, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

    Tab 3
    Framework for the Provincial Health Record Under Bill 119
    Manuela Di Re,
    Director of Legal Services and General Counsel, Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

    Tab 4
    Understanding the Role of a Heath Information Network Provider
    Mary Jane Dykeman,
    DDO Health Law

    Tab 5
    Luncheon (and Keynote Address)
    Brian Beamish,
    ,Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
    “Update from the IPC”

    Tab 6
    Disclosing Personal Health Information in Proceedings: If, How and When?
    Lonny J. Rosen
    Rosen Sunshine LLP

    Tab 7
    Analyzing the Risk of Harm Exception Permitting Disclosure of PHI
    Lad Kucis
    Gardiner Roberts LLP

    Tab 8
    Privacy & Protection of PHI in Community Health Settings
    Bosco Chan,
    Chief Privacy Officer, Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres
    Anna Tersigni Phelan, Privacy Officer, Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Wellington
    Rodney Burns, Chief Information Officer, Association of Ontario Health Centres

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Date Recorded:
    Apr 10, 2017
    Running Time:

    7:30:03

    Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.Substantive & Professionalism
  • Program Date:
    Apr 06, 2017 - Apr 07, 2017
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    14th National Symposium on Class Actions

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 06, 2017 - Apr 07, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List & Biographies

    Tab 1
    Multi-jurisdictional Class Actions: What Are Defendants Doing?
    Effective Management of Multi-jurisdictional Class Actions: What is a Defendant to Do? (slides)
    Ashley L. Paterson,
    Bennett Jones LLP
    Katherine L. Kay, Stikeman Elliott LLP
    Peter J. Pliszka, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

    Multi-jurisdictional Class Actions: What are Defendants Doing?
    Ashley L. Paterson,
    Bennett Jones LLP
    Katherine L. Kay, Stikeman Elliott LLP
    Peter J. Pliszka, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

    Tab 2
    Post Certification but Pre-Trial…
    Post Certification but Pre-Trial… (slides)
    Charles M. Wright
    Siskinds LLP
    Brad W. Dixon, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Jill M. Lawrie, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
    Louis Sokolov, Sotos LLP

    Tab 3
    The Latest in Competition Law Class Actions
    Umbrella Purchasers: The Plaintiffs’ Perspective
    Linda Visser,
    Siskinds LLP
    Bridget Moran, Siskinds LLP

    How Should Umbrella Purchasers Be Dealt with in Canada?
    Dr. A. Neil Campbell,
    McMillian LLP
    Mirna Kaddis, McMillian LLP

    Tab 4
    Privacy Class Actions
    “Once More Unto the Breach”: How Privacy Rights and the Vulnerability of Data are Shaping Class Actions in Quebec
    Shaun E. Finn,
    BCF, Business Law
    Marie-Christine Levasseur, BCF, Business Law

    Tab 5
    Certification Decisions in Common Law Misrepresentation
    Case Summaries
    Andrew P. Wilson,
    JSS Barristers

    Case Summaries
    David Outerbridge,
    Torys LLP

    Tab 6
    Use of Class Actions to Effect Regulatory/Political Change
    Use of Class Actions to Effect Regulatory/Political Change (slides)
    Jasminka Kalajdzic
    Associate Professor & Associate Dean, University of Windsor
    Raymond F. Wagner, Q.C., Wagners
    Joe Fiorante, Q.C., Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman LLP
    Joseph J. Arvay, Q.C., Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP

    Class Actions and the Charter
    Joseph J. Arvay, Q.C., Farris,
    Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP
    David W.-L. Wu, Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP

    Tab 7
    Settlement Approvals – Process & Materials
    Class Actions Settlements: A Judicial Perspective (slides)
    The Hon. John D. Rooke,
    Associate Chief Justice, Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta

    Class Actions Settlements: A Judicial Perspective
    The Hon. John D. Rooke,
    Associate Chief Justice, Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta

    Settlement Process
    Paul Vickery,
    Formerly Senior General Counsel, Department of Justice, Litigation Branch

    The Disclosure Problematique: Recent Trends in Class Action Settlement Approvals
    David Sterns,
    Sotos LLP
    Mohsen Seddigh, Sotos LLP

    Tab 8
    Ethics: Conflicts, Referral Fees & Advertising
    Ethics: Conflicts, Referral Fees & Advertising (slides)
    Ward K. Branch, Q.C.,
    Branch MacMaster LLP
    Michael A. Eizenga, Bennett Jones LLP
    Malcolm M. Mercer, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 9
    Notes

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