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  • 6th Annual Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Child and Spousal Support
    Program Date:
    October 13, 2016

    6th Annual Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Child and Spousal Support

    Table of Content

    Program Date: October 13, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    The Most Significant Recent Judicial Decisions Affecting Child & Spousal Support Matters in Family Law
    Aaron Franks,
    Epstein Cole LLP

    TAB 2
    “When I was Your Age….”: Support Issues and Adult Children
    Philip W. Augustine,
    Augustine Bater Binks LLP

    TAB 3
    Spousal Support in the Mushy Middle
    Mary-Jo Maur,
    Assistant Professor & Director, Introduction to Lawyering Skills, Faculty of Law, Queen’s University; Counsel, Templeman, Menninga, LLP

    TAB 4
    Looking to Guarantee Support? What Are Your Options?
    Stanley P. Jaskot,
    Jaskot Family Law Barristers LLP

    TAB 5
    Think You are Exceptional? Maybe, Maybe Not…
    Carol Crawford,
    Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP

    TAB 6
    Understanding Income Determination for Support Purposes
    Stacie R. Glazman, LLM , CBV, CS,
    Barrister & Solicitor

    TAB 7
    Double Dipping Issues in the Determination of a Business Valuation and Spousal Support
    Lorne H. Wolfson,
    Torkin Manes LLP
    Andrew Freedman, CPA, CA•IFA, CBV, ASA, Managing Director, Dispute Consulting, Duff & Phelps Canada Limited

    TAB 8
    Notes

  • The Intensive Short Course in Secured Lending and Debt Finance
    Program Date:
    October 5, 2016

    The Intensive Short Course in Secured Lending and Debt Finance

    Table of Content

    Program Date: October 5, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    The Canadian Debt Financing Market – An Overview
    Tim Murray,
    Managing Director, Corporate Banking, RBC Capital Markets
    Sunny Dhillon, Director, Loan Syndications and Investment Banking, TD Securities
    Chint Kulkarni, Managing Director, CIBC Capital Markets

    TAB 2
    Working With the Commitment Letter and Term Sheet
    Stephanie Robinson,
    Associate General Counsel and Managing Director, Capital
    Markets – Corporate Banking, BMO Financial Group

    TAB 3
    Conducting Effective Due Diligence
    David H. Ferris,
    Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

    TAB 4
    Equipment Lease Financing in Today’s Loan Transactions
    Jill P. Fraser,
    Aird & Berlis LLP
    John Estey, President, Stonebridge Lease Financing Corporation

    TAB 5
    Negotiating and Drafting the Credit Agreement
    Don Waters,
    McMillan LLP
    Eric Belli-Bivar, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP

    TAB 6
    Taking Effective Security
    Meaghan Obee Tower,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP

    TAB 7
    Priorities and Intercreditor Arrangements, Second Lien, Subordinated and Mezzanine Lending
    Pat Forgione,
    McMillan LLP
    Chris Burr, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

    TAB 8
    Asset-Based Lending
    Howard S. Silverman,
    Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Robert Kizell, Managing Director & Head, Asset Based Lending, RBC Capital Markets

    TAB 9
    Dealing with Privacy/Money Laundering Issues, FINTRAC and the Know-YourClient Rule
    Caitlin Riddolls,
    Vice President, Global AML – Canadian Banking and North American Direct Channels, TD Bank
    Lilly Di Felice, AVP, Global AML Policy Training & Governance, TD Bank

    TAB 10
    Enforcing and Realizing on Security
    Bruce E. Darlington,
    DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
    Leanne M. Williams, Thornton Grout Finnigan LLP

    TAB 11
    Providing Opinions: Tips and Traps – What Works, What Doesn’t
    Robert Scavone,
    McMillan LLP
    Francesca Guolo, Goodmans LLP

    TAB 12
    Notes

  • The Civil Litigator’s Guide to Tribunal Advocacy
    Program Date:
    October 5 - 6, 2016

    The Civil Litigator’s Guide to Tribunal Advocacy

    Table of Content

    Program Date: October 5 - 6, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    What’s Distinctive About Tribunal Advocacy?
    Jordan Glick,
    WeirFoulds LLP
    Daniel M. Huffaker, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Constitutional Law Branch

    TAB 2
    Understanding What Drives Your Particular Tribunal
    Alexandra S. Clark,
    Director, Enforcement Litigation, Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)
    Jean-Claude Killey, Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP

    TAB 3
    Investigation and Discovery In Tribunal Proceedings
    i. The Advocate’s Role at Prehearing Stage – Investigation and Discovery
    Lonny J. Rosen,
    C.S., Rosen Sunshine LLP
    Amy Block, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

    TAB 4
    ii. The Advocate’s Role in Negotiations and Resolution
    Rebecca C. Durcan,
    Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc
    Gary Yee, Licence Appeal Tribunal, Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario (SLASTO)

    TAB 5
    The Hearing
    i. Motions Before the Tribunal
    Sylvia Davis,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Legal Services Branch, Environment and Climate Change

    TAB 6
    ii. The Charter and the Tribunal
    Adrienne Telford,
    Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

    TAB 7
    iii. Calling Evidence Before the Tribunal
    Kristi Sebalj,
    Registrar and Senior Legal Counsel, Ontario Energy Board

    TAB 8
    iv. Legal Argument Before the Tribunal
    Bonni Ellis,
    Lerners LLP

    TAB 9
    Day 2
    Introduction and Overview
    Luisa Ritacca,
    Stockwoods LLP
    Matthew Horner, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Constitutional Law Branch

    TAB 10
    Notes

  • Advising the Elderly Client: The 2016 Practical Guide for Legal Professionals
    Program Date:
    September 28, 2016

    Advising the Elderly Client: The 2016 Practical Guide for Legal Professionals

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 28, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Evaluating Capacity: Roles and Responsibilities of the Lawyer
    Nimali Gamage,
    Goddard Gamage Stephens, LLP
    Dr. Kenneth I. Shulman, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

    TAB 2
    Key Issues: Real Estate
    Alexander I.M. Henderson,
    Oiye/Henderson Barristers & Solicitors

    TAB 3
    Critical Update on Predatory Marriages & Later Life Partnerships
    Kimberly A. Whaley,
    Whaley Estate Litigation
    Prof. Albert H. Oosterhoff, Whaley Estate Litigation

    TAB 4
    Panel Discussion: Dealing with Undue Influence Issues
    Moderator:
    Charles B. Ticker,
    Barrister & Solicitor
    Panelists:
    Dr. Richard Shulman, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto
    David Morgan Smith, Hull & Hull LLP
    Charles B. Wagner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

    TAB 5
    Key Issues: Will Challenges
    Suzana Popovic-Montag,
    Hull & Hull LLP
    Mark Handelman, Firm Counsel, Whaley Estate Litigation

    TAB 6
    Key Issues: Family Law
    Karen A. Lindsay-Skynner,
    Barrister & Solicitor

    TAB 7
    End of Life and Advance Care Planning in Light of Carter
    Mark Handelman,
    Firm Counsel, Whaley Estate Litigation

    TAB 8
    Working with Financial Institutions to Prevent Financial and Power of Attorney Abuse
    Bernadette Maheandiran,
    Staff Lawyer, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
    Terry V. Moore, Senior Counsel, CIBC

    TAB 9
    Notes

  • 14th National Symposium on Search and Seizure Law in Canada
    Program Date:
    September 23, 2016

    14th National Symposium on Search and Seizure Law in Canada

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 23, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Tech Device Searches: Current and Emerging Legal Issues
    Paul Riley, Q.C.,
    Senior General Counsel, Public Prosecution Service of Canada
    Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers
    Eric V. Gottardi, Peck and Company, Barristers

    TAB 2
    Privacy and Intercepts – Meeting the Challenges of Part VI of the Criminal Code
    Peter W. Hogg,
    Crown Counsel, B.C.’s Prosecution Service, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
    S/Sgt. Stephen Cox, Legal Application Support Team, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

    TAB 3
    Child Exploitation Offences: Legal and Practical Investigative Issues
    Rodney Garson,
    Crown Counsel, B.C.’s Prosecution Service, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
    Jeffrey T. Campbell, Q.C., Peck and Company, Barristers
    S/Sgt. Stephen Cox, Legal Application Support Team, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

    TAB 4
    Navigating the Complexities of Law Office Searches
    Gordon Comer,
    Crown Counsel, B.C.’s Prosecution Service, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
    Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers

    TAB 5
    Charter Sections 24(1) and 24(2): Remedies and Evidence Exclusion
    Michael Brundrett,
    Crown Counsel, B.C.’s Prosecution Service, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
    Scott C. Hutchison, Henein Hutchison LLP

    TAB 6
    Notes

  • 2016 National Conference - The Daniels Case: Understanding The New Era...
    Program Date:
    September 22, 2016

    2016 National Conference – The Daniels Case: Understanding The New Era of Métis Rights Law

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 22, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    The Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in Daniels v. Canada: Overview & Potential Implications

    JASON T. MADDEN, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP
    (legal counsel for the intervener, Métis National Council,in the Daniels case)
    KAREY BROOKS, Partner, JFK Law (legal counsel for the intervener, Aseniwuche Winewak Nation, in the Daniels case)
    MARK R. KINDRACHUK, Q.C., Senior General Counsel, Justice Canada (counsel for Canada in the Daniels case)

    TAB 2
    Post Daniels: What Does the Road Ahead Look Like?

    THOMAS ISAAC, Partner, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP and served as Ministerial Special Representative on Métis Rights
    JOE WILD, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Treaties and Aboriginal Government, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
    AL BENOIT, Chief of Staff, Manitoba Métis Federation

    TAB 3
    Keynote Presentation
    The Purpose and Goal of the Manitoba Métis Federation v. Canada Case: The Métis Perspective

    DAVID CHARTRAND, LL.D. (hons), O.M., President,
    Manitoba Métis Federation

    TAB 4
    The Broader Implications of Daniels v. Canada: The Division of Powers and Section 91(24)’s Role in Aboriginal Law Today and into the Future

    P. MITCH MCADAM, Q.C., Director, Constitutional Law Branch, Saskatchewan Justice
    CLÉMENT CHARTIER, Q.C., President, Métis National Council

    TAB 5
    The Implications of Daniels and Recent Federal Developments on Métis Land Rights and Other Métis Claims: The Métis Perspective

    DARWIN HANNA, Partner, Callison& Hanna
    JASON T. MADDEN, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP

    TAB 6
    Notes

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