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  • The 2017 Legal and Practical Guide to Consultation with Indigenous Peoples
    Program Date:
    September 20, 2017

    The 2017 Legal and Practical Guide to Consultation with Indigenous Peoples

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 20, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Engaging in and Assessing Consultation
    Larry Innes,
    Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend LLP
    Robert H. Brent, Counsel, Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines

    Tab 2
    Understanding the Role of Tribunals, Municipalities and Other Administrative Bodies
    Justin Safayeni,
    Stockwoods LLP Barristers

    Tab 3
    United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
    Signa A. Daum Shanks,
    Assistant Professor & Director, Indigenous Outreach, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

    Tab 4
    Policy Issues: The Relationship between Consultation and Reconciliation
    Adam Chamberlain,
    Gowling WLG
    S. Ronald Stevenson, Senior General Counsel, Department of Justice

    Tab 5
    The Impact of Daniels and Emerging Issues
    Zachary Davis,
    Pape Salter Teillet LLP

    Tab 6
    Notes

  • 2017 Guide to Legal & Business Risk Management in Cloud and SaaS Based...
    Program Date:
    September 15, 2017

    2017 Guide to Legal & Business Risk Management in Cloud and SaaS Based Environments

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 15, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    What is the Cloud? And Other Technical Questions You’re Afraid to Ask
    John Sibley,
    Senior Manager, Deloitte LLP

    Tab 2
    Critical IP Considerations
    Donald B. Johnston,
    Aird & Berlis LLP

    Tab 3
    Privacy & Information Security Issues in the Cloud
    Timothy M. Banks,
    Dentons Canada LLP

    Tab 4
    The Role of Cyber Insurance in Managing Privacy Risk
    Jennifer Drake,
    Vice President – Legal Consultant, Financial Services Group, Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc

    Tab 5
    Conducting Effective Due Diligence on the SaaS Provider
    Timothy M. Banks,
    Dentons Canada LLP
    SaaS Service Provider Due Diligence Checklist
    Timothy M. Banks,
    Dentons Canada LLP

    Tab 6
    When the Cloud Goes Dark: What to Do if Your Cloud Company Goes Bankrupt or Fails to Perform
    P. Bradley Limpert,
    Limpert & Associates

    Tab 7
    Cloud Computing Agreements: Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls
    Stephen Spracklin,
    City of Mississauga
    Richard Austin, Deeth Williams Wall LLP
    Jessica R. Lumiere, Senior Legal Counsel, TD Bank Group

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • 11th National Symposium on Money Laundering and Financial Crimes
    Program Date:
    May 26, 2017

    11th National Symposium on Money Laundering and Financial Crimes

    Table of Content

    Program Date: May 26, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Prosecuting Money Market Crimes: Risks and Rewards
    Jeff Kehoe,
    Director, Investigations, Ontario Securities Commission
    Joan Barrett, Deputy Director, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal
    Inspector Ann Koenig, RCMP, Officer in Charge, Greater Toronto Area Financial Crime, Toronto Integrated Market Enforcement Team

    Tab 2
    Bitcoin, Blockchain and Emerging Technologies; Threats and Responses
    Peter J. Warrack
    CAMS, CBP, CFE, Director AML Advisory and Compliance Officer, Enterprise AML, Bank of Montreal
    Dwayne King, CAMS, ACFCS, CBP, Manager, Anti-Money Laundering Further Investigations Team, TD Financial Group
    Ian Bulmer, Deputy Director, Ministry of the Attorney General, (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 3
    Ontario’s New Serious Fraud Office Initiative
    John Corelli,
    General Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 4
    Keynote Speaker
    Nick Kaufman,
    International Defence Counsel and Former Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court
    International Sanctions, Regimes and Asset Freezing

    Tab 5
    Key Case Law Update
    Naomi M. Lutes,
    Greenspan Humphrey Weinstein
    Melissa Adams, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 6
    FINTRAC: Theory and Practice
    Luc Major
    Manager, Strategic Intelligence and Data Exploitation Lab, FINTRAC
    Anil K. Kapoor, Kapoor Barristers
    Moderator: Ian Bulmer, Deputy Director, Ministry of the Attorney General, (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 7
    Living Beyond One’s Means – Net Worth Investigations and Prosecutions
    Jennifer Fiddian-Green,
    CPA, CA/IFA, CAMS, CFF, CFE, CFI, Partner, National AML Services Practice Leader, Forensics and Dispute Resolution Practice Leader, Grant Thornton LLP
    Michael S. McEachren, Counsel, Team Leader – Integrated Proceeds of Crime Unit (O.R.O.), Public Prosecution Service of Canada
    Scott Bergman, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP
    Cst. Michael Robertson, RCMP, GTA Financial Crime, Integrated Market Enforcement Teams (IMET)

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • The 2017 Essential Guide to Limitation Periods in Ontario
    Program Date:
    May 17, 2017

    The 2017 Essential Guide to Limitation Periods in Ontario

    Table of Content

    Program Date: May 17, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Discoverability: Understanding When the Clock Starts to Run
    William Scott,
    Brown and Partners LLP

    Tab 2
    When Does the Clock Stop?
    William E. Pepall,
    Lerners LLP

    Tab 3
    Procedural Considerations
    The Hon. Justice Graeme Mew,
    Superior Court of Justice

    Tab 4
    Critical Professionalism Tips: How to Protect Yourself
    Jordan Nichols,
    Claims Counsel, LawPRO

    Tab 5
    Fundamentals of Real Property Limitations
    Debra E. Rolph,
    Research Director, Claims (LawPRO)

    Tab 6
    Limitations Analysis: A Step-By-Step Guide
    Daniel Zacks,
    Clyde & Co.

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • 4th Annual Conference on Mediation Mediation Advocacy in the Age of Diversity
    Program Date:
    May 11, 2017

    4th Annual Conference on Mediation Mediation Advocacy in the Age of Diversity

    Table of Content

    Program Date: May 11, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Frustration Factor – The Impasse You Don’t Understand
    The Hon. Warren K. Winkler, OC, O. Ont., QC,
    Former Chief Justice of Ontario, Mediator and Arbitrator
    Marvin E. Johnson, IAM Past President, JAMS Panel Member, Silver Springs, MD
    Susan Hammer, Dispute Resolution Services, Portland, OR
    Jonathan Lisus, Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP

    Tab 2
    Understanding the Bigger Picture in Mediating Human Rights Disputes
    Jerome F. Weiss,
    Mediation Inc., Cleveland, OH
    Michael Gottheil, Executive Chair, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Daniel Guttman, Counsel, Constitutional Law Branch, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Nathalie Des Rosiers, MPP, Ottawa-Vanier, Professor on Leave, University of Ottawa

    Tab 3
    Luncheon and Keynote Address
    Marvin E. Johnson,
    IAM Past President, JAMS Panel Member, Silver Springs, MD
    “Understanding and Managing Diversity Issues in Mediation”

    Tab 4
    First Nations Disputes – Bridging the Cultural Gap
    Eric E. Van Loon, Esq.,
    JAMS Mediator & Arbitrator, Boston, MA
    The Hon. Robert K. Rae, OC, Mediator& Arbitrator, ADR Chambers, Senior Partner, Olthius, Kleer, Townshend LLP
    Andrea Morrison, Mediator, Global Dialogue Inc. and Quebec Human and Youth Rights Commission, Trainer, Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution
    Paul M. Iacono, QC, York Street Dispute Resolution Group Inc.

    Tab 5
    Notes

  • 6th National Conference on Aboriginal Criminal Justice Post-Gladue
    Program Date:
    April 29, 2017

    6th National Conference on Aboriginal Criminal Justice Post-Gladue

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 29, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Latest Case Law Update
    André Chamberlain,
    , Counsel, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
    Sarah D. Dover, Lawyer

    Tab 2
    Evolution of the Application of Gladue Principles Beyond Sentencing
    Jonathan Rudin,
    Program Director, Aboriginal Legal Services
    Kent Roach, Professor and Prichard Wilson Chair in Law and Public Policy, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
    The Hon. Justice Shaun Nakatsuru, Ontario Superior Court of Justice

    Tab 3
    Dangerous Offenders/Long-Term Offenders and Gladue
    David Milward,
    Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba
    Trevor Jukes, Legal Counsel, Indigenous Justice Division, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    C. Anik Morrow, Barrister, of the Bars of New York, Ontario and Yukon

    Tab 4
    Gladue and Child Welfare
    The Hon. Justice Thomas J. Crabtree,
    Chief Judge, Provincial Court of British Columbia
    Marian Jacko, Children’s Lawyer for Ontario, Office of the Children’s Lawyer, Ministry of the Attorney General
    Sarah Clarke, Clarke Child & Family Law Professional Corporation

    Tab 5
    Addictions and Treatment from an Aboriginal Perspective
    Carol Hopkins,
    MSW, Executive Director, Thunderbird Partnership Foundation

    Tab 6
    Notes

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