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  • The 2016 Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making
    Program Date:
    June 23, 2016

    The 2016 Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making

    Table of Content

    Program Date: June 23, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Fact Scenarios

    Tab 2
    Understanding the Statutory Framework: The Law that Guides You and How it Fits Together
    Jane E. Meadus,
    Staff Lawyer, Institutional Advocate, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

    Tab 3
    Understanding the SDA – From Property Management to Personal Care
    Kaylie Handler,
    Goddard Gamage Stephens LLP
    Alexander N. Procope, Swadron Associates, Barristers & Solicitors

    Tab 4
    The Health Care Consent Act: Understanding Informed Consent and Advance Care Planning
    Judith A. Wahl,
    Executive Director, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
    Mark Handelman, BA, LLB, MHSc (Bioethics), Firm Counsel, Whaley Estate Litigation

    Tab 5
    Capacity Assessments & Evaluation of Capacity: When and How?
    Dr. Carole Cohen, MDCM,
    Clinical Director, Community Psychiatric Services for the Elderly, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

    Tab 6
    Preparing a Capacity Hearing Before the Consent and Capacity Board
    D’Arcy Hiltz,
    Barrister & Solicitor
    Nina Lester, Senior Lawyer Member, Consent & Capacity Board
    Barbara Walker-Renshaw, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

    Tab 7
    The Office of the Public Guardian Trustee: Their Role and What You Can Expect
    Sidney Peters,
    Legal Counsel, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

    Tab 8
    Note Paper

  • 3rd Annual Winkler/IAM/OsgoodePD Conference on Mediation "The Unsettleable Case"...
    Program Date:
    May 12, 2016

    3rd Annual Winkler/IAM/OsgoodePD Conference on Mediation “The Unsettleable Case” – Advanced Strategies for Senior Counsel & Mediators

    Table of Content

    Program Date: May 12, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    The “Unsettleable” Case – Counsel’s Perspective

    TAB 2
    How Do You Settle Multi-Party Cases?
    Patrick C. Coughlan,
    Conflict Solutions Inc.

    TAB 3
    It’s Not All About the Money: Strategies for Successfully Navigating the Non-Financial Issues
    Paul Torrie,
    Global Resolutions Inc.
    Eugene C. Moscovitch, President, IAM, Judicate West Alternative Dispute Resolution
    Adrian C. Lang, Head of Business Management, Canadian Personal and Commercial Banking, BMO Financial Group
    Genevieve A. Chornenki, Estate Mediation Group

    TAB 4
    Additional Materials

    TAB 5
    Notes

  • Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Evidence in Family Proceedings
    Program Date:
    May 9, 2016

    Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Evidence in Family Proceedings

    Table of Content

    Program Date: May 9, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Faculty Biographies

    Tab 1
    Current and Developing Issues in Children’s Evidence
    Alfred A. Mamo,
    McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP

    Tab 2
    Criminal Evidence in Family Law Cases: The Key Issues Every Family Lawyer Needs to Know
    Richard Niman,
    Niman Gelgoot and Associates LLP

    Tab 3
    Electronic Evidence & Illegally Obtained Evidence: Admissible or Not?
    Kristen Normandin,
    Goldhart & Associates

    Tab 4
    Demonstration: Effective Examination and Cross-Examination of a Therapist
    Steven M. D’Souza, MSW, RSW,
    The Office of the Children’s Lawyer
    Dan L. Goldberg, The Office of the Children’s Lawyer
    Stephen Codas, Epstein Cole LLP
    The Hon. Justice Roselyn Zisman, Ontario Court of Justice

    Tab 5
    Issues of Privilege in Evidence for Family Proceedings
    George Karahotzitis,
    Thomson, Rogers

    Tab 6
    Evidence on Motions: Key Principles & Required Evidence
    Maxine M. Kerr,
    Barrister & Solicitor

    Tab 7
    Experts & Assessors in Family Cases: Recent Developments
    Professor Nicholas C. Bala,
    Queen’s University, Faculty of Law

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes
    Program Date:
    April 30, 2016

    The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 30, 2016


    Tab A Agenda

    Tab B Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1 Working with the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA)
    Working with the RTA (slides)
    Joe Hoffer,
    Cohen Highley LLP

    Working with the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
    Joe Hoffer,
    Cohen Highley LLP

    Tab 2 Landlord vs. Tenant: Exploring Both Perspectives
    Landlord and Tenant Perspectives at the LTB (slides)
    Jack Fleming,
    Executive Director, North Peel and Dufferin Community Legal Services
    David Strashin, Barrister & Solicitor

    Residential Landlord & Tenant Disputes Perspective of Tenants’ Counsel: Reference Materials
    Jack Fleming,
    Executive Director, North Peel and Dufferin Community Legal Services

    Tab 3 Avoiding Pitfalls at the Landlord and Tenant Board
    Avoiding Pitfalls at the Landlord and Tenant Board (slides)
    Dr. Lilian Ma,
    former Associate Chair, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Louis Bourgon, former Member, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario

    2004 CanLII 59995 (ON CA)

    2012 CanLII 98031 (ON LTB)

    2012 CanLII 21465 (ON LTB)

    2010 CanLII 58921 (ON LTB)

    Tab 4 What Should You Do When the Investigator Comes Knocking? The Investigation Enforcement Unit (IEU)
    Investigation and Enforcement Unit Overview (slides)
    Dave Grech,
    Coordinator, Investigation and Enforcement Unit (IEU), Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (Ontario)

    The Residential Tenancies Act Offences

    Tab 5 So Your Client Won (or Lost) – Now What? Costs, Reviews, Appeals and Enforcement
    Post Decision: Reviews, Appeals & Enforcement (slides)
    Doug Levitt,
    Horlick Levitt Di Lella LLP

    Tab 6 Ethical and Professionalism Issues at the Landlord and Tenant Board
    Ethical and Professionalism Issues at the Landlord & Tenant Board (slides)
    Dr. Lilian Ma,
    former Associate Chair, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Cathy Corsetti, Corsetti Paralegal Professional Corporation & Associates

    Tab 7 Residential Tenancies Act (RTA)

    Tab 8 Notes

  • Self-Defence and Use of Force: Current and Emerging Issues
    Program Date:
    April 29, 2016

    Self-Defence and Use of Force: Current and Emerging Issues

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 29, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Defining, Prosecuting and Defending Permissible Use of Force by Police Officers in 2016
    Inspector Michael Barsky,
    Toronto Police Service
    Sgt. Kevin Cyr, LL.M., Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    Staff Sgt. David Gillis, Toronto Police College
    Joanne Mulcahy, Harry G. Black Professional Corporation
    Peter Scrutton, Crown Law Office – Criminal
    Asha James, Falconers LLP

    Tab 2
    New Law of Self-Defence in Action
    The Hon. Justice Ian Nordheimer,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Michael Cantlon, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Andrew Burgess, Addario Law Group

    Tab 3
    Do the Traditional Defences Still Exist in the New Self-Defence Regime?
    Robert M. Wright,
    Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Jennifer Stanton, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Susan Chapman, Ursel Phillips Fellows Hopkinson LLP

    Tab 4
    Recent Trends in the “Air of Reality” Test
    The Hon. Justice Gary Trotter,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Scott Latimer, Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 5
    Self-Defence in Domestic Cases – Where is the Law Now?
    Jill Witkin,
    Crown Law Office – Criminal
    Joanna Birenbaum, Ursel Phillips Fellows Hopkinson LLP

    Tab 6
    Capacity, Consent and Volition in Today’s Sexual Assault Cases
    Lisa Jacek,
    Ministry of the Attorney General
    Vincenzo Rondinelli, Lafontaine & Associates
    Rick Nathanson, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Naomi Lutes, Greenspan Humphrey Lavine

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Courtroom Testimony: A Practical Skills Workshop for Police and Other Law...
    Program Date:
    April 27, 2016

    Courtroom Testimony: A Practical Skills Workshop for Police and Other Law Enforcement Professionals

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 27, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    What the Crown Attorney Can and Can’t Do for You (PPT)
    By: Allison MacPherson

    Tab 2
    Excerpt from “Evidence and Investigation – From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom”
    By: Kerry Watkins,
    Gail Anderson & Vincenzo Rondinelli

    Tab 3
    How to Put Your Best Case Forward: Strategies for Succeeding on Direct and Surviving (and even winning) on Cross
    The Hon. Justice Lloyd Budzinski, Ontario Court of Justice
    Julianna Greenspan,
    Greenspan Partners LLP
    Allison MacPherson, Assistant Crown Attorney, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 4
    Evidence Exercise – Scenario

    Tab 5
    Note Paper

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