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  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: Managing the Troubled Construction Project: Dealing with Delay and Impact Claims
    Program Date: April 28, 2017

    Managing the Troubled Construction Project: Dealing with Delay and Impact Claims

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 28, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Overview: The Legal Context
    Yonni Fushman,
    Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Aecon Group Inc.

    Tab 2
    How to Identify and Manage Complex Issues
    Chris Larkin,
    Senior Managing Director, Construction Solutions, FTI Consulting

    Tab 3
    Understanding the Different Methods for Calculating Delay & Impact Losses
    J. Gerard Boyle,
    Director and Vice-President, Revay and Associates Limited

    Tab 4
    Deep Dive into Time Impact and Windows Analysis
    Rick Moffat,
    Berkeley Research Group, LLC

    Tab 5
    Notes

  • Title: The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes
    Program Date: April 21, 2017

    The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 21, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

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

    Tab 2
    Landlord vs. Tenant: Exploring Both Perspectives
    Jane L. Ferguson,
    Barrister & Solicitor
    Jack Fleming, Executive Director, North Peel and Dufferin Community Legal Services
    Tracy Heffernan, Provincial Director, Tenant Duty Counsel Program, Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario; Organizing/Litigation Lawyer, Parkdale Community Legal Services
    Martin Zarnett, Zarnett Law Professional Corporation

    Tab 3
    Landlord and Tenant Board – Selected Fundamentals: Eviction Notices, Possession and Utilities
    Louis Bourgon,
    former Member, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Dr. Lilian Ma, former Associate Chair, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Guy Savoie, former Vice Chair, Greater Toronto Region, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario

    Tab 4
    So Your Client Won (or Lost) – Now What? Costs, Reviews, Appeals and Enforcement
    Jack de Klerk,
    Director of Legal Services, Neighbourhood Legal Services
    Doug Levitt, Horlick Levitt Di Lella LLP

    Tab 5
    Recent Cases and Developments in Residential Landlord-Tenant Law
    Eli Fellman,
    , Legal Counsel, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario

    Tab 6
    Ethics and Professionalism Issues at the Landlord and Tenant Board
    Dr. Lilian Ma,
    former Associate Chair, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Guy Savoie, former Vice Chair, Greater Toronto Region, Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario

    Tab 7
    Residential Tenancies Act

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Title: Shareholder Disputes and the Closely-Held Company Rights and Remedies for Litigators and Corporate Advisors
    Program Date: April 20, 2017

    Shareholder Disputes and the Closely-Held Company Rights and Remedies for Litigators and Corporate Advisors

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 20, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Oppression Remedy Update
    David Morritt,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
    Evan Thomas, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    Tab 2
    Corporate Governance Considerations in Shareholder Disputes
    James C. Tory,
    Torys LLP

    Tab 3
    Claims and Interim Remedies
    Jonathan Lisus,
    , Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP

    Tab 4
    Accounting and Valuation Issues and Solutions
    Allan D. Coleman,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
    Domenic Marino, CBV, CPA, CA, Partner, Consulting and Deals, PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP

    Tab 5
    Alternative Remedies Under the Business Corporations Act: Insolvency Proceedings, Windups, Derivative Actions
    Matthew P. Gottlieb,
    , Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP

    Tab 6
    Good Faith Since Bhasin: An Update on Implications For Shareholder Disputes
    Eric S. Block,
    McCarthy Tétrault LLP
    Shane D’Souza, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 7
    Strategies and Tactics During the Course of Litigation
    Kenneth A. Dekker
    Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
    Aaron Hershtal, Kestenberg Siegal Lipkus LLP
    Peter Wardle, Wardle Daley Bernstein Bieber LLP

    Tab 8
    Ethical and Professional Issues in Shareholder Disputes and Litigation
    Paul Neil Feldman,
    Feldman Lawyers
    Ari A. Lokshin, Lokshin Law Office
    Lisa C. Munro, Lerners LLP

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Advancing or Defending Invisible Injury Cases
    Program Date: April 19, 2017

    Advancing or Defending Invisible Injury Cases

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 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

  • Title: The 2017 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare
    Program Date: April 10, 2017

    The 2017 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 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

  • Title: 14th National Symposium on Class Actions
    Program Date: April 6 & 7, 2017

    14th National Symposium on Class Actions

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 6 & 7, 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

  • Title: 6th Annual Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Property and Equalization
    Program Date: April 5, 2017

    6th Annual Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Property and Equalization

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 5, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List & Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Most Significant Recent Judicial Decisions Affecting Property Matters in Family Law
    Gary Joseph,
    MacDonald & Partners LLP

    Tab 2
    Division of Pension Benefits
    Anne Slivinskas,
    Legal Counsel, Financial Services Commission of Ontario

    Tab 3
    Creative Ways to Fund an Equalization Payment and Grounds for Making an
    Equalization Payment Overtime
    Stephen J. Codas,
    Epstein Cole LLP
    Neil Maisel, CBV, Crowe Soberman LLP, Chartered Professional Accountants

    Tab 4
    Corporate Issues in Family Law
    Robert Centa,
    Paliare Roland LLP
    Harold Niman, Niman Gloot & Associates

    Tab 5
    Property, Equalization & Tax Implications
    Brian Cohen,
    Dentons

    Tab 6
    The Impact of Bankruptcy Declaration on Property & Equalization
    Robert Klotz,
    Klotz Associates

    Tab 7
    Family Law & Estate Matters
    Ian Hull,
    Hull & Hull LLP

    Tab 8
    Law Pro – Additional Documents

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Advancing or Defending Fire and Property Loss Claims
    Program Date: April 4, 2017

    Advancing or Defending Fire and Property Loss Claims

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 4, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List & Biographies

    Tab 1
    What’s Distinctive About Major Fire and Property Loss Claims?
    Alfred M. Kwinter,
    Singer Kwinter

    Tab 2
    The Insurance Policy: Key Passages and Their Potential Impact
    Anthony J. Bedard,
    Lerners LLP

    Tab 3
    Proof of Loss and the Adjustment Process
    Plaintiff’s perspective:
    Jason F. Katz,
    Singer, Kwinter

    Defendant’s perspective:
    D. Keith Smockum,
    Smockum Zarnett LPP

    Adjuster’s perspective:
    David D. LeBlanc,
    Licensed Adjuster, Vice President Toronto Office, National Fire Adjustment Co., Inc.

    Tab 4
    The Scope of Available Defences
    Paul Tushinski,
    Dutton Brock LLP
    Stephen MacDonald, Stevenson Whelton MacDonald & Swan LLP
    Robert E. Sugar, Malach Fidler Sugar + Luxenberg LLP

    Tab 5
    Inadequate Insurance and the Liability of Insurance Brokers
    Barry Papazian, Q.C.,
    Papazian Heisey Meyers
    John J. Pirie, Baker & McKenzie LLP

    Tab 6
    Aggravated and Punitive Damage Awards In Fire and Property Loss Cases: Where the Law Stands Now
    Gary R. Will,
    Will Davidson LLP

    Tab 7
    Ethical and Professional Issues For Counsel in Fire and Property Loss Cases
    Deborah Berlach,
    Stieber Berlach LLP
    Roger Chown, Carroll Heyd Chown LLP
    Frank Gomberg, Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc.
    Steven Rastin, Rastin & Associates
    Lynn Turnbull (moderator), Black Sutherland LLP

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Title: Legal Risk Management For Design Professionals: Strategies For Dealing With Today’s Complex Projects
    Program Date: March 31, 2017

    Legal Risk Management For Design Professionals: Strategies For Dealing With Today’s Complex Projects

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 31, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List & Biographies

    Tab 1
    Allocating Risks by Contract: The Essentials
    Geza R. Banfai,
    McMillan LLP

    Tab 2
    Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Clauses to Watch Out For
    Annik Forristal,
    McMillan LLP

    Tab 3
    Disputes and Claims: Best Practices to Protect Yourself
    Courtney Raphael,
    Aird & Berlis LLP

    Tab 4
    Coverage and Common Insurance Issues
    Morris A. Chochla,
    Forbes Chochla LLP

    Tab 5
    The Changing Risk Profile: How to Mitigate and Avoid Common Yet Unappreciated Areas of Liability
    Stephen Panciuk,
    SVP – National Engineering Practice Lead, Marsh Canada Limited

    Tab 6
    OAA 600: Standard Form of Contract for Architect’s Services

    Tab 7
    ACEC 31: Engineering Agreement Between Client and Engineer

    Tab 8
    RAIC: Canadian Standard Form of Contract for Architectural Services

    Tab 9
    RAIC: Guide to the Canadian Standard Form of Contract for Architectural Services

    Tab 10
    RAIC: Schedule A – Services

    Tab 11
    RAIC: Schedule B – Reimbursable Expenses

    Tab 12
    RAIC: Schedule C – Time Based Rates

    Tab 13
    The Ontario Architects Professional Liability Insurance Program Brochure

    Tab 14
    Prodemnity Insurance Company – Claims Publication

    Tab 15
    XL Catlin – Confronting Condominium Risks

    Tab 16
    XL Catlin – March Communique Newsletter

    Tab 17
    Notes

  • Title: Evidence in Criminal Investigations: The Latest Developments in Law and Practice
    Program Date: March 31, 2017

    Evidence in Criminal Investigations: The Latest Developments in Law and Practice

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 31, 2017


    Tab A
    Registration and Continental Breakfast

    Tab B
    Welcome and Introduction from the Chairs

    Tab 1
    Investigative Interviewing
    Marlys Edwardh,
    C.M., Goldblatt Partners LLP (Moderator)
    Benjamin Berger, Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Students), Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
    Joseph Eastwood, PhD, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
    Julianna A. Greenspan, Greenspan Partners LLP
    Detective Kerry Watkins, LL.M., Toronto Police Service

    Tab 2
    Demeanor Evidence
    The Hon. Justice James Stribopoulos,
    Ontario Court of Justice (Moderator)
    Lisa Dufraimont, Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
    Amy-May Leach, PhD, Graduate Program Director- Forensic Psychology, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
    Robyn White, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP, Barristers and Solicitors

    Tab 3
    Memory Science and Its Legal Implications
    Benjamin Berger,
    Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Students), Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (Moderator)
    Timothy E. Moore, PhD, C Psych., Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Glendon College, York University
    Alan D. Gold, Alan D. Gold Professional Corporation, Barristers
    Jonathan Freedman, Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto
    Maureen A. Pecknold, Assistant Crown Attorney, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 4
    Notes

  • Title: The 2017 Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making
    Program Date: March 27, 2017

    The 2017 Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 27, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List & Biographies

    Tab 1
    Fact Scenario

    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 Substitute Decisions Act – From Property Management to Personal Care
    Kaylie Handler,
    Goddard Gamage Stephens LLP
    Alexander N. Procope, Perez Bryan Procope LLP

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

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

    Tab 6
    Preparing for a Capacity Hearing Before the Consent and Capacity Board
    Katharine L. Byrick
    Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    D’Arcy J. Hiltz, Barrister & Solicitor
    Michael D. Newman, Vice-Chair, Senior Lawyer Member, Consent & Capacity Board

    Tab 7
    Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee: Their Role and What You Can Expect
    Shelley M. Hobbs,
    Counsel, Intake and Guardianship Services, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

    Tab 8
    Additional Resources

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Successful Settlements 2017: Strategies and Tactics for Civil Litigators
    Program Date: March 24, 2017

    Successful Settlements 2017: Strategies and Tactics for Civil Litigators

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 24, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Key Caselaw Impacting The Settlement Process
    Oscar Strawczynski,
    Feldman Lawyers
    Andrea Sanche, Ricketts, Harris LLP

    Tab 2
    Opportunities For Settlement and the Litigation Timeline
    Nancy Shapiro,
    Koskie Minsky LLP
    Jason Singer, Singer, Kwinter

    Tab 3
    How Alternative Fee Structures and Retainer Agreements Impact Settlement Discussions
    Caroline E. Abela,
    WeirFoulds LLP
    Lisa Stam, Koldorf Stam LLP

    Tab 4
    The Menu of Available Tools For Achieving Settlement
    Eric Gossin,
    Stancer Gossin Rose LLP
    Paul M. Iacono, Q.C., Beard Winter LLP & YorkStreet Dispute Resolution Inc.
    Jessica Kimmel, Goodmans LLP
    Clifford Lax, Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP
    Moira Visoiu, Law Firm of Moira Visoiu

    Tab 5
    Drafting Offers and Minutes of Settlement: Avoiding Common Pitfalls
    Lisa C. Munro,
    Lerners LLP

    Tab 6
    What Do Clients Really Want From the Process? (and How To Give It To Them)
    Hermie Abraham,
    Advocation Professional Corporation
    Patricia Skringer, Senior Cousnel, Aecon Group Inc.
    David J. Smagata, Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer, DAS Canada
    Mary A. Teal, Hughes Amys LLP

    Tab 7
    Peace Breaks Out: Experts Deconstruct Great Moments in Settlement Strategy and Why They Worked
    The Hon. Justice Todd Archibald,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Robert B. Bell, Lerners LLP
    Frank K. Gomberg, Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc.
    Mana Khami, Harrison Pensa LLP

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Title: The Practical Guide to Federal Court Advocacy and Practice 2017
    Program Date: March 23, 2017

    The Practical Guide to Federal Court Advocacy and Practice 2017

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 23, 2017


    Tab A
    Registration and Continental Breakfast

    Tab B
    Chairs’ Welcome and Introductory Remarks

    Tab 1
    Interlocutory Proceedings In Federal Court
    Prothonotary Kevin R. Aalto,
    Federal Court of Canada

    Robert Israel Blanshay, Robert Israel Blanshay Professional Corporation
    Kamleh J. Nicola, Baker McKenzie

    Tab 2
    Effective Written and Oral Advocacy in Federal Court
    The Hon. Justice Anne L. Mactavish,
    Federal Court of Canada
    Mark G. Biernacki, Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh
    Lorne A. Waldman, Waldman & Associates

    Tab 3A
    “Drilling Down” Breakout Sessions: Problems and Solutions in Federal Court Litigation – Immigration – Judicial Review
    Mario D. Bellissimo,
    Bellissimo Law Group
    John Provart, Senior Counsel, Immigration Section, Justice Canada

    Tab 3B
    “Drilling Down” Breakout Sessions: Problems and Solutions in Federal Court Litigation – Intellectual Property Litigation
    Yael Bienenstock,
    Torys LLP
    Jane E. Caskey, Global Head of Risk Advisory, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
    Carol Hitchman, Gardiner Roberts LLP
    Timothy M. Lowman, FCIArb, CLP, Aird & Berlis LLP

    Tab 4
    Ethical and Professional Issues In Federal Court Litigation
    Daniel Engel
    Counsel, Immigration Section, Justice Canada
    Ronald Poulton, Poulton Law Office
    R. Scott MacKendrick, Bereskin & Parr LLP
    Gervas W. Wall, Deeth Williams Wall LLP

    Tab 5
    Notes

  • Title: Critical and Emerging Issues in Blockchain Law
    Program Date: March 20, 2017

    Critical and Emerging Issues in Blockchain Law

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 20, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Opportunities for Blockchain in the Settlement System
    Ana Badour,
    Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Anne Butler, VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Payments Canada
    Peter Todd, Applied Cryptography Consultant

    Tab 2
    Smart Contracts and Transaction Costs
    Mat Cybula,
    CEO, Cryptiv Inc.
    Pulat Yunusov, Commercial Litigator, Yunusov Law Professional Corporation
    Josh Stark, Head of Operations & Legal, Ledger Labs Inc.

    Tab 3
    Notes

  • Title: 10th Annual Intensive Course on Drafting and Reviewing Search Warrants
    Program Date: March 2, 2017

    10th Annual Intensive Course on Drafting and Reviewing Search Warrants

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 2, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Foundation Principles of Search and Seizure
    Scott C. Hutchison,
    Henein Hutchison LLP

    Tab 2
    Warrant Writing and Reviewing 101
    Fraser M. Kelly,
    General Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General, (Ontario)

    Tab 3
    Navigating the Complexities of General Warrants
    J. Sandy Tse, Counsel,
    Ministry of the Attorney General, (Ontario), Crown Law Office-Criminal

    Tab 4
    Latest Hot Issues in Computer and Related Technology Searches
    Allison Dellandrea,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office-Criminal

    Tab 5
    Informers and Tipsters: Current Challenges and Strategies For Using Anonymous Sources
    Susan Magotiaux,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal
    Erin Dann, Barrister
    Mabel Lai, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office- Criminal
    Detective Sergeant Jamie Prosser, Technical Support Branch, Ontario Provincial Police

    Tab 6
    Novel Challenges for Warrant Writers in the High Tech Age
    Randy Schwartz,
    Deputy Director, Prosecution Support, Ministry of the Attorney General, (Ontario), Crown Law Office-Criminal

    Tab 7
    Law Office Searches: Guidelines and Best Practices Tips
    Kenneth Grad,
    Henein Hutchison LLP

    Tab 8
    Practical Issues in the Warrant Process: Special Cross-Discipline Panel
    Discussion and Question Period
    The Hon. Justice Ferhan Javed,
    Ontario Court of Justice
    Owen Wigderson, Wigderson and Associates
    Sergeant David Cobey, RCMP, Legal Application Support Team
    Anya Weiler, Senior Counsel, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: 13th Annual Conference on Crown Liability
    Program Date: February 28, 2017

    13th Annual Conference on Crown Liability

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 28, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Recent Developments in Negligence Affecting Crown Liability
    Prof. Erika Chamberlain,
    Western Law, Western University
    Prof. Bruce Feldthusen, Faculty of Law (Common Law), University of Ottawa

    Tab 2
    The Daniels Case and Metis Rights
    Andrew Lokan,
    Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP
    Jason Madden, Pape Salter Teillet LLP

    Tab 3
    Recent Law on Jurisdiction In Suits Involving the Federal and Provincial Crown
    Jacqueline Dais-Visca,
    Senior Counsel, Justice Canada (Business Law)
    Sunil S. Mathai, Counsel, Crown Law Office – Civil, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 4
    Class Actions Roundup
    Shantona Chaudhury,
    Pape Barristers Professional Corporation
    Paul B. Vickery, Barrister & Solicitor, [formerly] Senior General Counsel, Civil Litigation Branch, Justice Canada
    Christopher Wayland, Counsel, Crown Law Office—Civil, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 5
    Overcoming Key Procedural Challenges In Crown Litigation
    Robin K. Basu,
    General Counsel, Constitutional Law Branch, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Hayley Pitcher, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Chantelle A. Blom, Counsel, Crown Law Office—Civil, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Christine Mohr, Senior General Counsel, Justice Canada (Ontario Regional Office)

    Tab 6
    Contracts: Duty of Good Faith and Whether the Crown Has a “Higher Obligation”?
    Geoff R. Hall,
    McCarthy Tétrault LLP
    Paul Sheridan, Counsel, Crown Law Office—Civil, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 7
    Role of the Amicus in Public Litigation Where the Federal or Provincial Crown Is a Party
    Anil K.S. Kapoor,
    Kapoor Barristers

    Tab 8
    Ethical and Professional Issues In Crown Litigation
    Joseph K. Cheng,
    Counsel, Business, Regulatory and Extradition Law Division, Justice Canada (Ontario Regulatory Office)
    Sarah T. Kraicer, Counsel, Constitutional Law Branch, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Michael H. Morris, Senior General Counsel, Public Safety & Defence, Justice Canada
    Philip Tunley, Stockwoods LLP

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Accident Benefits 2017: What’s New, What’s Important?
    Program Date: February 24, 2017

    Accident Benefits 2017: What’s New, What’s Important?

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 24, 2017


    Tab A
    Registration and Continental Breakfast

    Tab B
    Chairs’ Welcome and Introductory Remarks

    Tab 1
    The Most Important AB Cases of the Past Year
    Claire Wilkinson,
    Martin & Hillyer Associates

    Tab 2
    Recent Changes to the SABS: A Checklist of Practical Considerations
    Alison Burrison,
    McLeish Orlando
    Catherine A. Korte, McCague Borlack LLP

    Tab 3
    LAT It Be: Strategic and Tactical Considerations at the Licence Appeal Tribunal
    Benson Cowan,
    Director, Legal Services Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario (SLASTO)
    David J. Levy, Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP
    Philippa G. Samworth, Dutton Brock LLP
    Kadey B.J. Schultz, Schultz Frost LLP
    Alexander Voudouris, Pace Law Firm

    Tab 4
    Section 33 of the SABS: Where the Wild Things Are
    Moderator:
    Alexander Voudouris,
    Pace Law Firm
    Albert Conforzi, Pace Law Firm
    Jason Frost, Schultz Frost LLP

    Tab 5
    New CAT In Town: Deciphering the New Definition of Catastrophic Impairment and Its Implications
    Eric K. Grossman,
    Zarek Taylor Grossman Hanrahan LLP
    Dr. Chantal Vaidyanath, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

    Tab 6
    In Search of Deep Pockets: Suing the Broker
    M. Steve Rastin,
    Rastin & Associates
    James Cameron, FCIP, CRM, C. Arb., President, Cameron & Associates Insurance Consultants Limited
    J. Daniel Dooley, Dooley Lucenti LLP

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: Successful Advocacy in Tort and Personal Injury Mediations
    Program Date: February 15 – 16, 2017

    Successful Advocacy in Tort and Personal Injury Mediations

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 15 – 16, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    What’s Unique About Mediation Advocacy?
    Frank K. Gomberg,
    Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc.
    Paul Torrie, Global Resolutions

    Tab 2
    Secrets of the Persuasive Mediation Brief
    Paul Torrie,
    Global Resolutions (moderator)
    Pamela Chapman, Professor, University of Ottawa
    Jeffrey R. LeRoy, Lawson LLP

    Tab 3
    Your Relationship With the Mediator
    Frank K. Gomberg,
    Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc. (moderator)
    Risa M. Kirshblum, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP
    Kadey B.J. Schultz, Schultz Frost LLP

    Tab 4
    Handling Bad Behaviour and Difficult Personalities
    Jon T. Fidler,
    M + F Mediation & Arbitration Services
    Wendy Moore Mandel, Thomson, Rogers
    J. Jay Rudolph, Rudolph Mediation & Arbitration Services Inc.

    Tab 5
    Nonverbal Communication in the Mediation Rom; The Messages You May Be Sending Without Knowing It
    Dr. Mark G. Frank,
    Professor and Chair, Department of Communication, University at Buffalo, State University of New York

    Tab 6
    Breaking Impasses: Creative Solutions For Counsel
    Paul Torrie,
    Global Resolutions (moderator)
    Ivan Luxenberg, M + F Mediation & Arbitration Services
    Richard J. (Rick) Weiler, Weiler ADR Inc.

    Tab 7
    Advocacy at the Mediation, Part 1
    Heidi R. Brown,
    Bogoroch & Associates LLP
    Frank K. Gomberg, Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc.
    Alfred M. Kwinter, Singer Kwinter
    Robert L. Love, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Kathleen Urdahl, Global Resolutions

    Tab 8
    Advocacy at the Mediation, Part 2
    Paul Torrie,
    Global Resolutions (moderator)
    Catherine Bruder, Bruder Springstead LLP
    Elizabeth Grace, Lerners LLP
    Rebecca L. Nelson, Azevedo & Nelson

    Tab 9
    Impact of Cross-Cultural Factors on the Mediation
    Frank K. Gomberg,
    Gomberg Mediation Solutions Inc. (moderator)
    Sandhya Kohli, Mediator & Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School
    Muneeza Sheikh, Levitt LLP

    Tab 10
    Ethical and Professional Issues In the Tort/PI Mediation Process
    Paul Torrie,
    Global Resolutions (moderator)
    Valerie A. Edwards, Torkin Manes LLP
    Gavin MacKenzie, MacKenzie Barristers
    Donald H. Rogers, Q.C., Rogers Partners LLP

    Tab 11
    Notes

  • Title: The Short Course on Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and Joint Ventures
    Program Date: February 3, 2017

    The Short Course on Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and Joint Ventures

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 3, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Key Issues Throughout the Partnership Life Cycle
    Matthew R. Hibbert,
    Partner, Dentons Canada LLP
    Mark A. Mahoney, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP
    Jesse Brodlieb, Partner, Dentons Canada LLP
    Matt Dunnet, Associate, Dentons Canada LLP

    Tab 2
    The Characteristics and Uses of Limited Partnerships
    Michael P. Whitcombe
    Partner, McMillan LLP
    Michael Friedman, Partner,McMillan LLP

    Tab 3
    Deal Structures Overview: How, Why and When You Use Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and Joint Ventures
    Victoria Graham,
    Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
    Dov B. Begun, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    Tab 4
    Structuring and Negotiating Joint Ventures
    Andrew Bourns,
    Partner, Dentons Canada LLP

    Tab 5
    Ethics and Professional Responsibilities Pertaining to Partnerships
    Laura Sheppard,
    Associate, Dentons Canada LLP
    Rahim Punjani, Legal Counsel, Cancer Care Ontario

    Tab 6
    Notes

  • Title: Critical and Emerging Issues in School Law for K-12 Education Professionals
    Program Date: February 1 - 2, 2017

    Critical and Emerging Issues in School Law for K-12 Education Professionals

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 1 - 2, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Optional Primer: The Statutory Framework
    Robert G. Keel,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP

    Tab 2
    The Impact of the Charter of Rights and the Ontario Human Rights Code on Schools
    Sheila MacKinnon,
    Shibley Righton LLPr

    Tab 3
    Intimidation.com: Update on Cyberbullying in Canadian Schools
    Eric M. Roher,
    , Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

    Tab 4
    Police, Cyberspace and Criminal Behaviour
    Det. Cst. Scott McQuoid,
    Sex Crimes Unit, Child Exploitation Section, Toronto Police Service

    Tab 5
    Child Protection Issues in Schools: The Role of Educators
    The Hon. Justice Marvin A. Zuker
    Associate Professor, Leadership, Higher & Adult Education, University of Toronto, OISE
    Sheila C. MacKinnon, Barrister & Solicitor

    Tab 6
    Student Discipline: Best Practices on the Ground
    Marianne Mazzorato,
    Director of Education, Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board
    Bill Byrd, Administrator, Caring and Safe Schools, Toronto District School Board
    Joe Tompkins, Superintendent of Education (Student Achievement), Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board
    Wendy Dowling, Superintendent of Leadership Development and School Support Services, Peel District School Board

    Tab 7
    Police Protocols and YCJA: School Board Implications
    Nadia Adragna,
    Coordinating Principal of TCDSB Expulsion Program and Safe Schools Department, Toronto Catholic District School Board
    Brock Jones, Crown Counsel (Criminal), Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario
    Police Constable Megan McGarry, Divisional Policing Support Unit, Toronto Police
    Service

    Tab 8
    Social Media Case Study Overview
    Robert G. Keel,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    The Hon. Justice Marvin A. Zuker, Associate Professor, Leadership, Higher & Adult Education, University of Toronto, OISE

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Pension and Benefit Entitlements Upon Marriage Breakdown - The 2017 Legal Guide
    Program Date: January 30, 2017

    Pension and Benefit Entitlements Upon Marriage Breakdown – The 2017 Legal Guide

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 30, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Pension and Benefit Splitting Upon the Breakdown of the Spousal Relationship: Where the Law Stands Here and Now
    Pension and Benefit Entitlements Upon Marriage Breakdown: The Current Legal Landscape (slides)
    Douglas Rienzo,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
    Pension Division Upon the Breakdown of the Spousal Relationship
    Douglas Rienzo,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    Tab 2
    Pension Benefit Entitlements on Marriage Breakdown: The Cross Country Legal Landscape
    Pension Benefit Entitlements on Marriage Breakdown: Cross Country Review(slides)

    Diana M. Woodhead, Principal, Mercer LLC

    Tab 3
    Pension Division at Source: Getting It Right the First Time
    Ontario Pension Division: Getting it Right the First Time (slides)
    Mariette P.H. Matos,
    Bennett Jones LLP

    Tab 4
    Keynote Address
    “How Does This Work in the Real World!?!” A Plan Administrator’s Perspective (slides)
    Mariana MacIntosh,
    Director & Associate General Counsel, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

    Tab 5
    Spousal Entitlement to Employee-Related Benefits and RRSPs
    Spousal Entitlement to Employee-Related Benefits and RRSPs (slides)
    Georgina Carson,
    MacDonald & Partners LLP
    Spousal Entitlement to Employee-Related Benefits and RRSPs
    Georgina Carson,
    MacDonald & Partners LLP

    Tab 6
    Working With the FSCO Forms
    Working With the FSCO Forms (slides)
    Scott A. Lamb,
    Counsel, Legal Services Branch, Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)

    Tab 7
    Understanding Pension & Benefit Tax Issues & Implications
    Understanding Pension & Benefit Tax Issues & Implications (slides)
    James Pierlot,
    Pierlot Pension Law

    Tab 8
    Putting It All Together: Applying Your Knowledge to Real-World Fact Situations
    Putting It All Together: Applying Your Knowledge to Real-World Fact Situations
    Yvonne Bernstein,
    Litigation Director and Counsel, Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company (LAWPRO)
    Daniel S. Melamed, Torkin Manes LLP
    Natasha D. Monkman, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

    Tab 12
    Notes

  • Title: 10th National Symposium on Tech Crime and Electronic Evidence
    Program Date: January 27, 2017

    10th National Symposium on Tech Crime and Electronic Evidence

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 27, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Top 2017 Investigation and Drafting Issues in Cases Involving Electronic Evidence

    Top 2017 Investigation and Drafting Issues in Cases Involving Electronic Evidence (slides)
    Gerald Chan,
    Stockwoods LLP
    Susan Magotiaux, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Sergeant David Cobey, Legal Application Support Team, RCMP

    Tab 2
    White Collar Crime; Current Issues and Special Challenges

    Technology and White Collar Crime (slides)
    David M. Porter,
    McCarthy Tétrault LLP
    Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice
    Andrew Fish, Team Leader, Criminal Investigations Division, Canada Revenue Agency

    Tiered forensic methodology model for Digital Field Triage by non-digital evidence specialists
    Ben Hitchcock,
    Royal Canadian Mounted Police and School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland
    Nhien-An Le-Khac, School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland
    Mark Scanlon, School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland

    Microsoft Ireland Material
    Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner and Digital Rights Ireland Ltd.

    Tab 3
    Surveillance, Transparency, and the Rule of Law: Towards Surveillance Oversight

    Surveillance, Transparency, and the Rule of Law: Towards Surveillance Oversight(slides)
    Alan Butler,
    Senior Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

    Tab 4
    Admissibility of Evidence from Social Media; What are the Legal and Ethical Limits?

    Dealing with Social Media Evidence (slides)
    The Hon. Justice Frances P. Kiteley,
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice
    Cst. Christopher MacDonald, CFCE, Investigator, Peel Regional Police
    Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers
    Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice

    Tab 5
    Search and Seizure: The Forensics Bolstering Your Chances of Success with Solid Judicial Authorizations for Cutting-Edge Solutions

    Search and Seizure: The Forensics Bolstering Your Chances of Success with Solid Judicial Authorizations for Cutting-Edge Solutions (slides)
    Daniel Embury,
    , Technical Director, Cellebrite Advanced Investigative Services, Cellebrite Ltd.
    Cst. Frank Dudas, Legal Application Support Team, RCMP

    Tab 6
    Search and Seizure: The Law, Latest Cases, Practical Implications and Hot Button Issues

    Search and Seizure: The Law, Latest Cases, Practical Implications and Hot Button Issues (slides)
    Susheel Gupta,
    Vice-Chairperson, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (on leave from the Public Prosecution Service of Canada)
    Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers
    Randy Schwartz, Deputy Director, Prosecution Support, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases
    Program Date: January 27, 2017

    Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 27, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Assessing Duties and Powers
    Lisa Brownstone,
    Co-Director, Legal Department, The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
    Usman Sheikh, Gowlings WLG (Canada) LLP

    Tab 2
    The Paper Chase: Documentary Requests and Production
    Shara N. Roy,
    Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP
    Clarke Tedesco, Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP

    Tab 3
    Examinations, Interviews, Inquiries
    Johanna Braden,
    Stockwoods LLP
    Ian R. Smith, Fenton, Smith

    Tab 4
    Preparing for the Hearing, Part 1
    Robert A. Maxwell,
    Discipline Counsel, Real Estate Council of Ontario

    Tab 5
    Interim Proceedings: Scope and Strategy
    Farah Ismail,
    Director, Practice Quality, College of Nurses of Ontario
    Brendan van Niejenhuis, Stockwoods LLP

    Tab 6
    Preparing for the Hearing, Part 2
    Jeremy Devereux
    Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
    Jonathan Lisus, Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP

    Tab 7
    The Hearing: Penalties, Costs, Settlements
    Yvonne B. Chisholm,
    Senior Legal Counsel, Litigation, Ontario Securities Commission
    Sean Lawler, Shibley Righton LLP
    Glenn M. Stuart, StuartLaw

    Tab 8
    Dealing Effectively With Concurrent Criminal and Civil Proceedings
    Lara Jackson,
    Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
    Murray H. Shore, Heller, Rubel
    Seth Weinstein, Greenspan Humphrey Lavine

    Tab 9
    Court Challenges To Professional Discipline Decisions
    Amy Block,
    Counsel, The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
    Caroline Zayid, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 10
    Ethical and Professional Issues in Professional Discipline Practice
    James A. Hodgson,
    Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
    Neil J. Perrier, Perrier Law Professional Corporation
    Mark J. Sandler, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP

    Tab 11
    Notes

  • Title: 5th Annual Mental Health Law for Children & Youth
    Program Date: January 24, 2017

    5th Annual Mental Health Law for Children & Youth

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 24, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Case Study

    Tab 2
    A Clinical Overview: Understanding the Challenges in Children and Youth Mental Health
    Dr. Antonio Pignatiello, MD, FRCP(C)
    Associate Psychiatrist-in-Chief, The Hospital for Sick Children, Medical Director, TeleLink Mental Health Program

    Tab 3
    Understanding Mental Health Laws relating to Children and Youth
    Mary Jane Dykeman
    DDO Health Law
    Michele M. Warner, Litigation Legal Counsel, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

    Tab 4
    Luncheon and Keynote Address
    “How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be”
    Forrest Willett,
    Jack Canfield Certified Trainer, Forrest Willett Training

    Tab 5
    The Intersection of Mental Health and Education
    Mary Jane Dykeman,
    DDO Health Law
    Samira Ahmed, Staff Lawyer, Justice for Children and Youth
    Lauri A. Reesor, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
    Rebecca Shields, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Mental Health Association, York and South Simcoe

    Tab 6
    The Intersection of Mental Health and Criminal Law
    Moderator:
    Michele M. Warner
    Litigation Legal Counsel, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
    Panelists:
    Brian Smegal
    , Manager, Mental Health and Specialized Client Services, Youth Justice Services Division, Ministry of Children and Youth Services
    Kaley Smith, Youth Mental Health Court Worker, Turning Point Youth Services
    Jane Stewart, Litigation Lawyer, Justice for Children and Youth
    Alex Yeaman, Youth Mental Health Court Worker, Turning Point Youth Services

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: Small Claims 2017: Essential Law, Winning Strategies For Paralegals and Lawyers
    Program Date: January 23, 2017

    Small Claims 2017: Essential Law, Winning Strategies For Paralegals and Lawyers

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 23, 2017


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Right From the Beginning: Effective Written Advocacy In Small Claims
    Deputy Judge Frances M. Wood,
    Wood Gold LLP & Small Claims Court, Central West Region

    Tab 2
    Settlement Conferences: Recipes For Success Before Trial
    Administrative Deputy Judge Beverley A. Martel
    Weir Nakon LLP; Brampton Small Claims Court

    Tab 3
    Motions/Default and Interlocutory Proceedings: The Opportunities and the Pitfalls
    J. Sebastian Winny, C.S., B.A., LL.B., LL.M.,
    Barrister & Solicitor

    Tab 4
    How to Make a Small Claims Practice Cost-Effective and Profitable
    Paula Callaghan,
    Callaghan Paralegal
    Rick Goodman, Fredrick Goodman Paralegal

    Tab 5
    Conducting the Trial
    Deputy Judge James Branoff,
    Small Claims Court, Southwest Region
    Jeffrey Radnoff, Radnoff Law Offices
    Deputy Judge Frances M. Wood, Wood Gold LLP & Small Claims Court, Central West Region
    Rick Goodman, Fredrick Goodman Paralegal
    Administrative Deputy Judge Beverley A. Martel, Weir Nakon LLP; Brampton Small Claims Court
    Mandy Jassy, Zomorodi Law

    Tab 6
    Meeting the Biggest Challenges In Enforcement, With or Without a Contempt Hearing
    Deputy Judge Abraham Davis,
    Small Claims Court, Central East Region
    Deputy Judge Eric Nadler, Cutler/Nadler: Small Claims Court, Central West Region

    Tab 7
    Ethical and Professional Issues In Small Claims Practice
    Deputy Judge Bernard Aron,
    Small Claims Court, Central East Region
    Rick Goodman, Fredrick Goodman Paralegal
    Beverley A. Martel, Weir Nakon LLP; Brampton Small Claims Court & Director, Ontario Deputy Judges Association
    Deputy Judge Gina Papageorgiou, Toronto Small Claims Court
    Dalia Yonadam, Fine & Deo
    Brian Houghton, Litigation Projects Manager, Pro Bono Ontario

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Title: The 12th Annual National Forum Administrative Law and Practice
    Program Date: November 28 – 29, 2016

    The 12th Annual National Forum Administrative Law and Practice

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 28 – 29, 2016


    Day One

    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Key Developments in Administrative Law 2016
    Key Developments in Administrative Law 2016 (slides)
    Michael Morris,
    Senior General Counsel, Public Law Section, Justice Canada
    Laura Tausky, Counsel, Justice Canada

    Tab 2
    “Where There’s Smoke”: Administrative Law Issues Arising From Marijuana Legalization
    Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations
    Sfetkopoulous et al v Canada (2008), FC 33 (FCTD)

    Tab 3
    Physician-Assisted Dying: The Regulatory Challenges
    Physician-Assisted Dying: The Regulatory Challenges (slides)
    Vicki A. White,
    Co-Director, Legal Department, The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

    Physician-Assisted Dying: The Regulatory Challenges
    Omar Ha-Redeye,
    Fleet Street Law

    The Conflict Between Open-ended Access to Physician-Assisted Dying and the Protection of the Vulnerable: Lessons from Belgium’s Euthanasia Regime in the Post-Carter Era
    Trudo Lemmens,
    Professor, Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, University of Toronto

    Should Assisted Dying for Psychiatric Disorders be Legalized in Canada?
    Trudo Lemmens,
    Professor, Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, University of Toronto
    Scott Y. H. Kim, MD, PhD

    Decision-Making Capacity to Consent to Medical Assistance in Dying for Persons with Mental Disorders
    Trudo Lemmens,
    Professor, Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, University of Toronto
    Louis C. Charland, Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Psychiatry, School of Health Studies, and Rotman Institute of Philosophy, Western University
    Kyoko Wada, Faculty of Health Sciences and Rotman Institute of Philosophy, Western University

    Tab 4
    Recent Developments in Federal Court Jurisdiction: Canadian Transit Company v. City of Windsor
    Recent Developments in Federal Court Jurisdiction: Canadian Transit Company v. City of Windsor (slides)
    John B. Laskin,
    Torys LLP

    Tab 5
    The Syrian Refugee Crisis and the Residential Schools Claims Process: Ethical and Professional Challenges For Administrative Lawyers
    Residential Schools Claims Process: Ethical and Professional Challenges For Administrative Lawyers (slides)
    Christa Big Canoe,
    Legal Advocacy Director, Aboriginal Legal Services McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 6
    Notes

    Day Two

    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    New Approaches to Electoral Law
    The Intersection of Political Finance and Lobbyist Regulation (slides)
    Jonathan Batty,
    Director, Compliance and General Counsel, Elections Ontario Counsel, Justice Canada

    The Process of Electoral Reform in Canada: Democratic and Constitutional Constraints
    Yasmin Dawood,
    Associate Professor of Law and Political Science, University of Toronto

    Tab 2
    Regulation and the Sharing Economy

    What are Ontario Municipalities Doing About the Sharing Economy? (slides)
    Mary Ellen Bench,
    City Solicitor, City of Mississauga

    Domestic and International Regulatory Responses to the Sharing Economy (slides)
    Rebecca C. Durcan,
    Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc

    Toronto’s Experience with “New Age” Businesses (slides)
    Diana W. Dimmer,
    Director, Litigation, City of Toronto

    Shifting Perspectives: A Design Perspective on Regulating the Sharing Economy(slides)
    Idil Burale,
    Associate, Solutions Lab, MaRS

    Toronto’s Experience with “New Age” Businesses
    Diana W. Dimmer,
    Director, Litigation, City of Toronto
    Matthew Cornett, City of Toronto

    Tab 3
    New Dilemmas of Fairness
    New Dilemmas of Fairness: How Diversity on Administrative Tribunals Can Enhance Fairness (slides)
    Sandra Nishikawa,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Public, Private & Pluralism (slides)
    Kate Glover,
    Assistant Professor, Western University

    Tab 4
    Global Administrative Law Practice and Professional Responsibility
    The Principles of Administrative Law in Sports Arbitration (slides)
    Luisa Ritacca,
    Stockwoods LLP Barristers

    Global Administrative Law Practice & Professional Responsibility: Ethical Challenges in Investor State Arbitration (slides)
    Barry Appleton,
    Appleton & Associates

    Tab 5
    Notes

  • Title: 17th Annual Perfect Your PPSA Skills
    Program Date: November 16, 2016

    17th Annual Perfect Your PPSA Skills

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 16, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Overview of the Personal Property Security Act
    Natalie Renner,
    Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

    Tab 2
    Preparation of Financing Statements
    Suzana A. Lobo,
    Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP


    PPSA Acknowledgements and Searches
    Liliana Carpico,
    Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

    Tab 3
    Case Study: Exploration of Common PPSA Problems
    Meaghan Obee Tower,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP

    Tab 4
    Exceptions to the Rules: When First Come is Not First Served
    Peter Sullivan,
    Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

    Tab 5
    Overview and Introduction to the Securities Transfer Act (Ontario)
    D.J. Lynde,
    McCarthy Tétrault LLP
    Ian Mak, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 6
    Real Property Issues and the PPSA
    Ben Leith,
    McCarthy Tétrault

    Tab 7
    How to Draft Solid Opinions
    Michael Bertrand,
    Goodmans LLP

    Tab 8
    Personal Property Security Act

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Student Investigations The Legal and Practical Guide
    Program Date: November 14, 2016

    Student Investigations The Legal and Practical Guide

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 14, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    What Guides Your Actions? The Statutory Framework Surrounding Student Discipline Investigations
    Robert G. Keel,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP

    TAB 2
    Tips & Best Practices to Conducting an Investigation
    Colin Fleming,
    Protective Services Consultant, OPC
    Joseph Geiser, Protective Services Coordinator, CPCO
    Nicola Simmons, Keel Cottrelle LLP

    TAB 3
    The Do’s and Don’ts in Drafting Expulsion Reports
    Liz Cook,
    School Support Officer, Leadership Development & School Support Services, Peel District School Board
    Lawrence De Maeyer, School Services Officer, Peel District School Board

    TAB 4
    Case Study
    Robert G. Keel,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP

    TAB 5
    Notes

  • Title: The 7th Annual Guide to Negotiating, Challenging and Drafting Domestic Contracts
    Program Date: November 7, 2016

    The 7th Annual Guide to Negotiating, Challenging and Drafting Domestic Contracts

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 7, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Tax Principles of Separation Agreements
    Andrew J. Freedman, CPA, CA•IFA, CBV, ASA,
    Managing Director, Dispute Consulting, Duff & Phelps Canada Limited

    Tab 2
    Key Provisions in Parenting Agreements and Parenting Coordination Agreements
    Judith M. Nicoll,
    McInnis & Nicoll
    Elizabeth A. Hyde, B.Ed., LL.M., Acc. FM, Riverdale Mediation

    Tab 3
    Life Insurance Provisions and Separation Agreements
    Paul E. McInnis,
    McInnis & Nicoll

    Tab 4
    Bankruptcy-Proofing the Agreement: The Effect of Bankruptcy on Separation Agreements
    Robert A. Klotz,
    Klotz Associates

    Tab 5
    Family Law Arbitration Agreements – What You Need to Know
    Lorne H. Wolfson,
    Torkin Manes LLP
    Sara Mintz, Torkin Manes LLP
    Jodi Kovitz, Torkin Manes LLP

    Tab 6
    Pension Division Clauses at Marriage Breakdown
    Bryan R.G. Smith,
    Lerners LLP
    Lindsey Love-Forester, Lerners LLP

    Tab 7
    Avoiding the Pitfalls in Complex Marriage Contracts
    Gerald P. Sadvari,
    & Sadvari

    Tab 8
    Wills & Estates Issues in Domestic Contracts (slides)
    Risa Awerbuck,
    Torkin Manes LLP

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: 11th Annual Advanced Issues in Special Education Law
    Program Date: October 17, 2016

    11th Annual Advanced Issues in Special Education Law

    Table of Content

    Program Date: October 17, 2016


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB C
    Case Study

    TAB 1
    Managing Human Rights Issues in Special Education
    Jessica Koper,
    Shibley Righton LLP
    Dr. Sharon Pyke, Superintendent of Education, Greater Essex County District School Board

    TAB 2
    Managing Violent Behaviour
    Sheila M. MacKinnon,
    Shibley Righton LLP
    Dr. Sharon Pyke, Superintendent of Education, Greater Essex County District School Board
    Sheilagh Turkington, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

    TAB 3
    Special Education Appeal Board: Trials and Tribulations
    Dr. Sharon Pyke,
    Superintendent of Education, Greater Essex County District School Board
    Wayne Hobbs, Senior Manager, Student Services, Waterloo Catholic District School Board

    TAB 4
    Keynote Address: “Best Practices for Managing Lockdowns Including Special Needs Students
    Ted Byers,
    Superintendent of Special Education, Peel District School Board

    TAB 5
    Child Protection Services and School Boards: Challenges and Opportunities
    Nicola Simmons,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    Simon Fisch, Counsel, Children’s Aid Society of Toronto

    TAB 6
    Notes

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 2016 National Conference - The Daniels Case: Understanding The New Era of Métis Rights Law
    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

  • Title: The Intensive Course in Canadian Securities Law and Practice
    Program Date: September 21 & 28 and October 5 & 19, 2016

    The Intensive Course in Canadian Securities Law and Practice

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 21 & 28 and October 5 & 19, 2016


    Session 1

    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    The Regulatory Framework Across Canada: Overview and Latest Developments
    Douglas Bryce,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    TAB 2
    Corporate Governance: Best Practices for Public Companies
    Sean Vanderpol,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP

    TAB 3
    What Lawyers Need to Know About Professionalism and the Risks of Securities Practice
    Heather Zordel,
    Gardiner Roberts LLP

    TAB 4
    Notes

    Session 2

    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Public Offerings: Key Legal, Financial and Regulatory Considerations
    John Wilkin,
    Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

    TAB 2
    Private Placements: Exempt Market Rules and Strategies
    Keith R. Chatwin,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP
    Philippe Tardif, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Heather Zordel, Gardiner Roberts LLP

    TAB 3
    Privilege and Confidentiality in Canadian Securities Law
    Daniel Murdoch,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP

    TAB 4
    Notes

    Session 3

    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Regulation of Control Transactions
    Naizam Kanji,
    Director, Office of Mergers and Acquisitions, Ontario Securities Commission
    John Ciardullo, Stikeman Elliott LLP

    TAB 2
    Mergers & Acquisitions – The Essentials and Emerging Issues
    Michael Partridge,
    Goodmans LLP
    Aaron J. Atkinson, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

    TAB 3
    Regulators at the Door: The Scope of Their Powers
    Eliot N. Kolers,
    Stikeman Elliott LLP

    TAB 4
    Notes

    Session 4

    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Update on the Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System
    Lawrence E. Ritchie,
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    TAB 2
    Registration and Investment Funds
    Erez Blumberger
    Chief Regulatory Counsel, AUM Law
    Kimberly Poster, Chief Legal Counsel, Investment Funds, AUM Law

    TAB 3
    Litigation and Enforcement: Current and Future Trends
    Mary Condon,
    Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

    TAB 4
    Notes

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 3rd Annual Winkler/IAM/OsgoodePD Conference on Mediation "The Unsettleable Case" - Advanced Strategies for Senior Counsel & Mediators
    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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

  • Title: 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

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

  • Title: 2016 Hot Button HR Legal Issues for Education Professionals
    Program Date: April 18, 2016

    2016 Hot Button HR Legal Issues for Education Professionals

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 18, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Top HR Issues Facing Educators in 2016
    Jennifer Trépanier,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    Glenn Stuart, StuartLaw

    Tab 2
    Understanding the Latest on Privacy Rights and Obligations for School Boards
    Nicola Simmons,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    Kimberley Ishmael, Keel Cottrelle LLP

    Tab 3
    Challenges and Best Practices in Balancing the Human Rights of Staff and Students
    Glenn Stuart,
    StuartLaw

    Tab 4
    Strategies for Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations
    Meaghen A. Russell
    , Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
    Jane M. Gooding, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

    Tab 5
    Employee Mental Health: From Obligation to Accommodation
    Nitika Rewari, M.S c., PMP,
    Mental Health Commission of Canada
    Robyn White, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

    Tab 6
    HR Case Study Analysis: Bringing it All Together
    Jennifer Trépanier,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    Jane M. Gooding, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
    Robyn White, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: The Civil Litigator’s Survival Guide to Evidence
    Program Date: April 14, 2016

    The Civil Litigator’s Survival Guide to Evidence

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 14, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Table of Contents

    Tab 1
    Evidentiary Issues On Motions and Applications: How To Overcome Problems and Present Properly
    The Hon. Justice Fred Myers,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Sam R. Sasso, Ricketts, Harris LLP

    Tab 2
    Relevance, Materiality, Probity, Persuasion
    Kathryn L. Podrebarac,
    Podrebarac Barristers Professional Corporation

    Tab 3
    Hearsay, Prior Inconsistent Statements and the Rule in Browne v. Dunn
    Jacqueline L. King,
    Shibley Righton LLP
    Lisa C. Munro, Lerners LLP

    Tab 4
    The Current State of Solicitor-Client and Litigation Privilege
    Christopher D. Bredt,
    Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Lindsay Lorimer, McMillan LLP

    Tab 5
    The Art of Making Evidence Weigh More Heavily
    Jane Sirdevan,
    Gardiner Roberts LLP

    Tab 6
    Expert Evidence: How It Can Make or Break Your Case
    Robert Bell,
    Lerners LLP

    Tab 7
    Commonly-Encountered Evidentiary Conundrums and Their Solution
    The Hon. Justice Jamie K. Trimble,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Frank E. Walwyn, WeirFoulds LLP

    Tab 8
    Ethical and Professional Issues Arising In Relation to Evidence
    Igor Ellyn Q.C., C.S., FCIArb.,
    Ellyn Law LLP
    Andrew Faith, Polley Faith LLP
    Sean Lawler, Shibley Righton LLP
    Linda Plumpton, Torys LLP
    Tanya Walker (Moderator), Walker Law Professional Corporation

    Tab 9
    Evidentiary Errors At Trial: How To Make Them Less Appealing
    The Hon. Justice Michael Tulloch,
    Court of Appeal For Ontario

    Tab 10
    Note Paper

  • Title: The 2016 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare
    Program Date: April 13, 2016

    The 2016 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 13, 2016


    Tab A
    Registration and Continental Breakfast

    Tab B
    Welcome and Introduction from the Chairs
    Mary Jane Dykeman,
    DDO Health Law
    Lonny J. Rosen, Rosen Sunshine LLP

    Tab 1
    The Legal Update: The New PHIPA Changes and Lessons Learned from Recent Cases
    Mary Jane Dykeman,
    DDO Health Law

    Tab 2
    Strategies for Using Privacy Impact Assessments to Identify and Reduce Organizational Risks
    Samara Starkman, JD, LLM, CIPP/C, CIPM,
    Drawbridge Consulting Inc.

    Tab 3
    What You Need to Know About Using Cloud Services for the Storage of Personal Health Information (PHI)
    Anita Fineberg, CIPP/C,
    Barrister & Solicitor
    Jim Forbes, Director and Chief Technology Officer, Shared Information Management Services, University Health Network

    Tab 4
    Disclosing Personal Health Information in Proceedings: If, How and When?
    Lonny J. Rosen,
    Rosen Sunshine LLP

    Tab 5
    Analyzing The Risk of Harm Exception Permitting Disclosure of PHI
    Lad Kucis,
    Gardiner Roberts LLP

    Tab 6
    2016 Update on Strategies and Best Practices for Responding to and Managing Privacy Breaches in Healthcare
    Manuela Di Re,
    Director of Legal Services, Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

    Tab 7
    Privacy & Protection of PHI in Community Health Settings
    Bosco Chan,
    Chief Privacy Officer & Director of Privacy, Risk and Information Security Management, Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres
    Rodney Burns, Chief Information Officer, Association of Ontario Health Centres
    Anna Tersigni Phelan, Risk Manager, Health Information Management, Privacy Officer, Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Wellington Dufferin

    Tab 8
    Note Paper

  • Title: Managing, Mediating and Litigating Estate Disputes
    Program Date: March 30, 2016

    Managing, Mediating and Litigating Estate Disputes

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 30, 2016


    Tab A Agenda

    Tab B Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1 Client Interview, Fact-Gathering and Investigation
    Client Interview, Fact Gathering and Investigation for a Successful Litigation/Client Relationship
    Debra L. Stephens,
    Goddard Gamage Stephens LLP
    Heather J. Mountford, Goddard Gamage Stephens LLP
    Appendix

    Tab 2 Framing the Issues and Exploring Early Resolution Opportunities
    Framing the Issues and Exploring Early Resolution Opportunities (slides)
    Melanie Yach,
    Aird & Berlis LLP

    Tab 3 Pleadings and Motions in Superior Court: From Documentation to Argument
    Orders for Directions vs. Pleadings: Laying the Groundwork for Successful Will and POA Challenges (slides)
    Justin de Vries,
    de Vries Litigation LLP
    Orders for Directions vs. Pleadings: Laying the Groundwork for Successful Will and POA Challenges
    Justin de Vries,
    de Vries Litigation LLP

    Tab 4 Discovery and Settlement in the Estate Case: A Checklist of Key Considerations
    Discovery and Settlement in the Estate Case: Preparing for Settlement
    Jordan D. Oelbaum,
    Schnurr Kirsh Schnurr Oelbaum Tator LLP
    Schedule A

    Tab 5 Mediating the Estate Dispute: The Process, the Pitfalls, the Opportunities
    Mediating the Estate Dispute: The Process, the Pitfalls, the Opportunities (slides)
    Liza Sheard,
    Evans Sweeny Bordin LLP (as she then was)
    Mediating the Estate Dispute: The Process, the Pitfalls, the Opportunities
    Liza Sheard, Evans Sweeny Bordin LLP (as she then was)
    Schedule A
    Schedule B
    Schedule C
    Schedule D

    Tab 6 Pre-trials, Settlement Conference and Trials
    Pre-trials, Settlement Conference and Trials: A Series of Checklists
    Clare E. Burns,
    WeirFoulds LLP

    Tab 7 Pulling It All Together: Practical Case
    Studies in Estate Disputes/Litigation
    Fact Pattern #1: Challenge to Will
    Fact Pattern #2: Passing of Accounts

    Tab 8 Notes

  • Title: 2016 Guide to Complex Issues in Estate and Tax Planning
    Program Date: March 29, 2016

    2016 Guide to Complex Issues in Estate and Tax Planning

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 29, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Income Tax Act Update: Implications on Spousal, Alter Ego & Joint Partner Trusts
    Howard M. Carr,
    Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
    Kathy M. Munro, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
    Corina S. Weigl, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

    Tab 2
    Critical Update on the Landscape of Charitable Donation in 2016
    Susan M. Manwring,
    Miller Thomson LLP

    Tab 3
    Planning for Incapacity and End of Life Care
    Hilary E. Laidlaw,
    McCarthy TétraultLLP
    Jane E. Meadus, Institutional Advocate & Staff Lawyer, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

    Tab 4
    Mutual Wills and Domestic Contracts as an Estate Planning Tool
    Karon C. Bales,
    Bales Beall LLP
    Leonard Bosschart, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP

    Tab 5
    Hot Button Issues in Cross Border Taxation and Estate Planning
    Veronika Chang,
    Morris Kepes Winters LLP

    Tab 6
    Note Paper

  • Title: 2nd National Symposium on Mental Disorder: At the Crossroads of Mental Health and Criminal Justice
    Program Date: February 26, 2016

    2nd National Symposium on Mental Disorder: At the Crossroads of Mental Health and Criminal Justice

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 26, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The NCR Defence 2016: Meeting the Challenges of Stereotyping and Public Prejudice
    The Hon. Justice Gary Trotter,
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice
    Gregory Brodsky, QC, Brodsky & Company, Barristers
    Christine McGoey, Retired Crown Attorney, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Dr. Philip Klassen, Vice-President, Medical Services Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
    Robert S. Richardson, Barrister

    Tab 2
    Latest Court Cases and Trending Hot Button Issues
    Margaret Creal,
    Chair, Consent and Capacity Board, Ontario
    Lyle Hillaby, Crown Counsel, British Columbia Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
    Erin Dann, Di Luca Barristers

    Tab 3
    Best Practices in Preparing and Effectively Conducting Hearings Before the Review Board
    Shayne Kert,
    Alternate Chair, Consent and Capacity Board, Ontario
    Michael Davies, Foord Davies LLP
    Janice Blackburn, Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP Barristers, Solicitors

    Tab 4
    Policing and the Mentally Ill: Current Challenges and Responses
    The Hon. Justice Peter Defreitas,
    Associate Chief Justice, Ontario Court of Justice Chief of Police Mark Saunders, Toronto Police Service
    Sarah Burtenshaw, Mental Health Worker, Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST)
    Dr. John Bradford, Forensic Mental Health, The Royal Ottawa, Brockville Mental Health Centre
    Inspector Chris Boddy, Toronto Police Service

    Tab 5
    Interface of Youth with Mental Health Issues and Canada’s Youth Justice System
    The Hon. Justice Heather Perkins-Mcvey,
    Ontario Court of Justice
    Tania Breton, Justice Lead, CAMH (Ottawa)
    Gina Clark, Regional Implementation Coordinator, CAMH (Northwest Region – Kenora Rainy River District)
    JoAnn Miller-Reid, Assistant Deputy Minister, Youth Justice Services, Ministry of Children and Youth Services (Ontario)
    Dr. Jeffrey Wong, Clinical Director, Forensic Services, Kinark Child and Family Services, Syl Apps Youth Centres

    Tab 6
    The NCR Reform Act: Much Ado About Nothing?
    Professor Steve Coughlan,
    Schulich School of Law Dalhousie University
    Michael Feindel, Crown Coordinator, Ontario Review Board, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: The Litigator’s Guide To Real Estate, Construction and Leasing Disputes
    Program Date: February 10, 2016

    The Litigator’s Guide To Real Estate, Construction and Leasing Disputes

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 10, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Damages and Specific Performance in Abortive Real Estate Transactions
    The Hon. Justice Paul M. Perell,
    Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)

    Tab 2
    Litigator’s Guide To Real Estate Agents’ and Brokers’ Liability
    Bryan B. Skolnik,
    Gardiner Roberts LLP

    Tab 3
    Litigating or Settling Commercial Leasing Disputes
    Wolfgang Kaufmann,
    Daoust Vukovich LLP Sharon Addison, McLean & Kerr LLP
    Sharon Addison, McLean & Kerr LLP

    Tab 4
    Disputes Arising from Troubled or Failing Construction Projects
    Sam Babe,
    Aird & Berlis LLP
    Todd Robinson, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

    Tab 5
    Tenant’s Insolvency: The Effect on Landlords’ Rights and Obligations
    Dan Wootton,
    Senior Vice President, Grant Thornton Limited
    Linda Galessiere, McLean & Kerr LLP E.
    Patrick Shea, LSM, CS, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
    David S. Ward, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

    Tab 6
    Resolving/Litigating Disputes Involving Contaminated Land
    Bryan J. Buttigieg,
    Miller Thomson LLP

    Tab 7
    Ethical and Professional Issues In Litigating Real Estate Disputes
    Sandra D. Astolfo,
    Torkin Manes LLP
    Reuben M. Rosenblatt, Q.C., LSM, Minden Gross LLP
    Melvyn L. Solmon, Solmon Rothbart Goodman LLP
    Stephen Richard Morrison, C. Med, C.Arb, FCIArb (Moderator), Stephen Richard Morrison ADR Inc.

    Tab 8
    Note Paper

  • Title: 9th National Symposium on Tech Crime and Electronic Evidence
    Program Date: January 22, 2016

    9th National Symposium on Tech Crime and Electronic Evidence

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 22, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Top 2016 Investigation and Drafting Issues in Cases Involving Electronic Evidence
    The Hon. Justice Philip A. Downes,
    Ontario Court of Justice
    Randy Schwartz, Deputy Director, Prosecution Support, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    W. Vincent Clifford, Edelson Clifford D’Angelo Friedman LLP
    Sergeant David Cobey, Legal Application Support Team, RCMP

    Tab 2
    Current Issues and Special Challenges in Child Exploitation Offences
    Allison Dellandrea,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Cst. Christopher MacDonald, CFCE, Investigator, Internet Child Exploitation Unit, Peel Regional Police

    Tab 3
    Social Media and the Criminal Justice Process: What are the Ethical and Legal Limits?
    The Hon. Justice Frances P. Kiteley,
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice
    Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice
    Anthony Moustacalis, Barrister

    Tab 4
    Search and Seizure: The Forensics – Opportunities Amidst the Trend of Ever-increasing Mobile Security
    Daniel Embury,
    Technical Director, Cellebrite Advanced Investigative Services, Cellebrite Ltd.
    Det. Sgt. Kelly Anderson, e-Crime Sect. Technological Crime Section, Ontario Provincial Police

    Tab 5
    Search and Seizure: The Law Latest Cases and Hot Button Issues
    The Hon. Justice Michal Fairburn,
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice
    Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers
    Nicholas Devlin, Counsel, Public Prosecution Service of Canada

    Tab 6
    Notes

  • Title: Current and Emerging Issues in Fertility Law
    Program Date: January 20, 2016

    Current and Emerging Issues in Fertility Law

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 20, 2016


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab C
    Optional Primer
    Fertility Law: Understanding the Key Concepts
    Sara Cohen,
    Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
    Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP

    Tab 1
    What To Do When Things Go Wrong
    Erin Lepine,
    Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP
    Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP

    Tab 2
    Criminal and Long Arm Prohibitions in Fertility Law
    Megan Savard,
    AddarioLaw Group

    Tab 3
    When Fertility Law Meets Estate Planning
    Anastasija Sumakova,
    WeirFoulds LLP

    Tab 4
    New Brunswick and Quebec – Two Unique Jurisdictionsfor Legal Parentage in Canada
    Doreen Brown,
    Green Glazer Nadler and Associates
    Jocelyne Léger-Nowlan, Actus Law Droit

    Tab 5
    Parallels in The World of Adoption: What can we Learn
    ?
    Cheryl Appell,
    Dickson MacGregor Appell LLP

    Tab 6
    Non-Traditional Families: From LGBTQ to 3+ Parent Families
    Kelly D. Jordan,
    Jordan Battista LLP
    Joanna Radbord, Martha McCarthy & Company LLP
    Dr. Rachel Gorman, Graduate Program, Critical Disability Studies, York University
    Andy Inkster, LGBTQ Parenting Network – Sherbourne Health Centre

    Tab 7
    Understanding the Ethics of Practice in Fertility Law
    Sara Cohen,
    Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
    Dr. Kimberly Liu, FRCSC, MSL, Mount Sinai Centre for Fertility and Reproductive Health
    Shirley Eve Levitan, Family and Reproductive Technology Law

    Tab 8
    The Future of Fertility Law: From Best Practices to the Unknown
    Sara Cohen,
    Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
    Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP
    Sherry Levitan, Fertility Lawyer

    Tab 9
    Notes

  • Title: Successful Settlements: Strategies and Tactics For Civil Litigators
    Program Date: November 26, 2015

    Successful Settlements: Strategies and Tactics For Civil Litigators

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 26, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Psychology of Settlement: It’s About the Money (But Not Really)
    Jon T. Fidler,
    M + F Mediation and Arbitration Services
    Eric B. Gossin, Stancer Gossin Rose LLP
    The Hon. Justice Gertrude F. Speigel, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)

    Tab 2
    Drafting Offers to Settle and Minutes to Settlement: Avoiding or Addressing the Pitfalls
    Ian R. Dick,
    Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
    Sam R. Sasso, Ricketts, Harris LLP

    Tab 3
    Emerging Areas in the Settlement Process 1. Using Settlement Counsel: When Two Heads are Better Than One
    Paul Neil Feldman,
    Feldman Lawyers
    Mitchell Rose, Stancer Gossin Rose LLP

    Tab 4
    Emerging Areas in the Settlement Process 2. Settlement in the Digital Era: Essentials for Non-Techies
    Colm Brannigan,
    Colm Brannigan Mediation and Arbitration Services
    Lisa Stam, Koldorf Stam LLP

    Tab 5
    Litigating Settlements
    Oscar Strawczynski,
    Feldman Lawyers
    Alison Burrison, McLeish Orlando LLP

    Tab 6
    Ethical and Professional Considerations in Negotiating Settlements
    Jennifer Bell,
    Placet Dispute Resolution
    Meredith Jones, Lerners LLP
    Natasha E. Skupsky, Thompson, Tooze, McLean, & Elkin
    Voula Michaelidis, Zubas + Associates

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: 12th Annual Intensive Wills and Estates Workshop
    Program Date: November 12, 19 & 26, 2015

    12th Annual Intensive Wills and Estates Workshop

    Table of Content

    Program Date: November 12, 19 & 26, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Will Planning and Preparation

    1.Preliminary Considerations
    2.Gathering Information: Personal Planning Form
    3.Client Fact Scenario
    4.The Annotated Will 2014(LSUC)
    5.Proceedure for Execution of Wills and Condicils
    6.Precedent Testimonium Clauses and Affidavits of Execution of Wills in Unusual Circumstances
    7.Reporting Letter to Estate Planning Client (From The Annotated Will 2014)
    8.Miscellaneous Matters
    9.Tax Considerations

    Tab 2
    Administration of Wills and Estates

    1.Preliminary Considerations
    2.Funeral Arrangements: Abeziz v. Harris Estate, [1992] O.J. no. 1271
    3.Estate Information
    4.Appointment of Estate Trustee with a Will
    5.Intestacies – Finding Next-of-Kin
    6.Insurance and Bonds for Estate Trustee
    7.Insurance Designation in Unprobated Will: Rozon v. Transamerica Life Insurance Co. of Canada, [1999] O.J. No. 5599
    8.Tax Filing Deadlines
    9.Providing Information to Residual Beneficiaries
    10.Digital Assets in Will Drafting and Estate Administration
    11.Executor’s Compensation: Henry Estate (Re), [1998] O.J. No. 1643
    12.Winding Up the Estate
    13.Non-Resident Matters
    14.Voluntary Dissolution – Ontario Corporation
    15.Privacy Considerations for an Estates Practice

    Tab 3
    Key Sections of Certain Statutes

    1.Accumulations Act
    2.Children’s Law Reform Act
    3.Estate Administration Tax Act
    4.Estates Act
    5.Family Law Act
    6.Substitute Decisions Act
    7.Succession Law Reform Act
    8.Trustee Act

    Tab 4
    Notes

  • Title: 2015 Guide to Legal Risk Management in Long-Term Care
    Program Date: September 28, 2015

    2015 Guide to Legal Risk Management in Long-Term Care

    Table of Content

    Program Date: September 28, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Regulatory Compliance and the RQI: Where we are in 2015
    Mary Nestor, Senior Manager, Compliance & Enforcement, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
    David M. Golden, Torkin Manes LLP

    Tab 2
    Managing Challenges in Admissions, Discharges and Appropriate Placements
    David M. Golden, Torkin Manes LLP
    Debbie Taciuk, Supervisor, Client Services – Placement, Central Community Care Access Centre

    Tab 3
    Dealing with Responsive Behaviors and Intentional Resident-to-Resident Abuse
    Ruth Chalmers, Vice President, Operations, Sienna Senior Living
    Marc Toppings, General Counsel, Sinai Health System

    Tab 4
    Critical Issues in the Use of Restraints, Detention and Locked Units
    Jane E. Meadus, Staff Lawyer, Institutional Advocate Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE)
    Dr. Andrea Moser, Associate Medical Director, Apotex Centre Baycrest Health Sciences

    Tab 5
    Current and Emerging Privacy Issues in LTC – Video Surveillance, Social Media and Email
    Kathryn M. Frelick, Miller Thomson LLP

    Tab 6
    Conducting and Managing Investigations
    Frank Cerrone, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Revera Inc.

    Tab 7
    Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning and End of Life Decisions in the Wake of Carter
    Judith A. Wahl, Executive Director, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE)
    Susan Nickle, General Counsel, London Health Sciences Centre
    Dr. Nadia Incardona, Hospitalist and Emergency Physician, Toronto East General Hospital

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Title: Legal Risk Management for Nurses in 2015
    Program Date: June 17, 2015

    Legal Risk Management for Nurses in 2015

    Table of Content

    Program Date: June 17, 2015


    TAB A
    Agenda

    TAB B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    TAB 1
    Understanding Medical Negligence Claims Against Nurses
    Michael B. Fraleigh, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP

    TAB 2
    Ensuring Patient Privacy: How to Deal Appropriately with Confidential Information
    Mary Jane Dykeman, DDO Health Law
    Manuela Di Re, Director of Legal Services, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

    TAB 3
    Consent to Treatment and Informing the Patient: The Nurse’s Perspective
    Lonny J. Rosen, C.S., Rosen Sunshine LLP

    TAB 4
    Luncheon & Keynote Address: “The Changing Landscape of End of Life Decisions in Canada”
    Kerry W. Bowman, PhD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, Joint Centre for Bioethics, University of Toronto; Clinical Ethicist, Mount Sinai Hospital

    TAB 5
    Protecting Nurses from Violence & Harassment at Work
    Philip B. Abbink, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP
    Janet E. Borowy, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

    TAB 6
    Professional Misconduct Update: What Every Nurse Should Know
    Elyse Sunshine, Rosen Sunshine LLP

    TAB 7
    Patient Relations: Building Relationships to Help Nurses Manage Risk
    Pam Marshall, RN, LL.B., LL.M., Executive Director, Patient Relations, Risk & Legal Affairs, The Scarborough Hospital

    TAB 8
    An Overview of the College of Nurses New Medication Standard
    Angela McNabb, RN, BScN, MN, CPMHN, Outreach Consultant, Professional Practice Department, College of Nurses of Ontario

    TAB 9
    Note Paper

  • Title: Managing Employment Law Issues in the Digital Age: Data Ownership, Privacy and Social Media
    Program Date: April 20, 2015

    Managing Employment Law Issues in the Digital Age: Data Ownership, Privacy and Social Media

    Table of Content

    Program Date: April 20, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Employee Privacy Rights and Interests: Where is the Line?
    Keri Bush, Privacy Director, Canada and International Legal, Corporate & Compliance Group, BMO Financial Group
    Ian Campbell, Fasken Martineau LLP
    Lisa Stam, Koldorf Stam LLP
    Lisa Talbot, Torys LLP

    Tab 2
    Ownership and Control Over Data on Employees’ LinkedIn and Other Professional Social Media Sites
    Eli S. Lederman, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP
    Joann Sochor, AVP Corporate Compliance, Sun Life Financial

    Tab 3
    Non-Solicitation Covenants in a “Borderless World”
    Allyson M. Fischer, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
    Dena Varah, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP

    Tab 4
    Social Media and Workplace Misconduct: An Update
    Stuart E. Rudner, Rudner MacDonald LLP
    Matthew P. Sammon, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP

    Tab 5
    Social Media Crisis Management in the Workplace
    Timothy M. Banks, Dentons Canada LLP

    Tab 6
    Workplace Investigations: Dealing with Evidence from Social Media and Other Digital Sources
    Inna Koldorf, Koldorf Stam LLP
    Kevin Lo, Managing Director, Froese Forensic Partners Ltd.
    Rachel Turnpenney, TurnpenneyMilne LLP

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: 8th Annual M&A Skills Boot Camp
    Program Date: March 31 - April 1, 2015

    8th Annual M&A Skills Boot Camp

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 31 - April 1, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Overview and Getting Started
    Robert O. Hansen, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
    Aaron S. Emes, Torys LLP
    Catherine Youdan, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

    Tab 2
    Effective Due Diligence
    Jason (Jake) Bullen, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

    Tab 3
    Structuring the Deal
    Jon Northup, Goodmans LLP
    Paul A.D. Mingay, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

    Tab 4
    Managing Regulatory Risk
    Mark Opashinov, McMillan LLP

    Tab 5
    Managing Risk in International Transactions
    Michael D. Amm, Torys LLP
    Lisa Damiani, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary New Gold Inc.

    Tab 6
    Negotiating the Fundamentals
    Brian Levett, Minden Gross LLP
    Thomas A. McKee, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
    Laurie N. Duke, Torys LLP

    Tab 7
    Labour, Employment, Pension and Benefits Issues in the M&A Process
    Darryl R. Hiscocks, Torys LP
    Susan Nickerson, Torys LLP

    Tab 8
    Corporate Governance Matters and Regulatory Update
    Kent E. Thomson, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
    Amanda Linett, Stikeman Elliott LLP
    Jason Koskela, Senior Legal Counsel, Ontario Securities Commission

    Tab 9
    What’s Market? Highlights from Recent Deals and Studies
    Kathleen M. Ritchie, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
    André Perey, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
    Samantha Horn, Stikeman Elliott LLP

    Tab 10
    Assessing IT and Intellectual Property Ownership
    Richard Corley, Goodmans LLP

    Tab 11
    Identifying and Mitigating Environmental Risks
    Michael J. Fortier, Torys LLP

    Tab 12
    Closing and Post-Closing Logistics: Best Practices
    Paul A. Simon, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
    Adam Walsh, General Counsel, Choice Properties REIT

    Tab 13
    Notes

  • Title: Setting Up/Knocking Down Asset Protection Structures
    Program Date: March 3, 2015

    Setting Up/Knocking Down Asset Protection Structures

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 3, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Asset Protection: Essential Background Law and Recent Developments for Corporate Lawyers and Litigators
    Geoff R. Hall, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Tab 2
    Creditor-Proofing: What’s Workable, What’s Permissible and What Crosses the Line?
    Bob Klotz, Klotz Associates

    Tab 3
    What’s a Nice Lawyer Like You Doing in a Place Like This? Ethical and Professional Issues in Asset Protection
    Patricia Donlevy-Rosen, Donlevy-Rosen & Rosen, P.A.
    Alex Ilchenko, Pallett Valo LLP
    Jeffrey S. Leon, Bennett Jones LLP

    Tab 4
    Protecting/Pursuing the Assets of Owner -Managers and Closely-Held Companies
    Chris Burr, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
    Samuel M. Robinson, Stockwoods LLP

    Tab 5
    Issues and Strategies in Key Areas
    Jacqueline Mills, Barrister & Solicitor
    James W. Murdoch, Thorsteinssons LLP Tax Lawyers
    Raj S. Sahni, Bennett Jones LLP
    Maureen Ward, Bennett Jones LLP

    Tab 6
    Where’s Waldo’s Stuff? Chasing Assets Around a Wired World
    Jennie Chan, Managing Director, Kroll
    John. L Finnigan, Thornton Finnigan Grout LLP
    Howard D. Rosen, Donlevy-Rosen & Rosen, P.A.
    Jim Patterson, Bennett Jones LLP

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: Data Breaches: Avoidance, Preparedness and Response
    Program Date: March 2, 2015

    Data Breaches: Avoidance, Preparedness and Response

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 2, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Legal Risks and Damages: State of the Law
    Alex Cameron, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
    Vera Toppings, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
    Theodore P. Charney, Charney Lawyers LLP

    Tab 2
    Conducting an Organizational Review
    Timothy M. Banks, Dentons Canada LLP
    Karen Burke, Head of Enterprise Privacy, Bank of Montreal

    Tab 3
    Developing an Effective Incident Response Plan
    Daniel J. Michaluk, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
    Peggy Byrne, Senior Counsel, CIBC

    Tab 4
    Roles of the Breach Response Team
    Daniel Tobok, Managing Director, Security Consulting and Forensics, TELUS Security Solutions
    Shawn Melito, Vice President, Immersion, Ltd.
    Greg Vanier, Director, Global Public Affairs

    Tab 5
    Breach Notification and Harm Mitigation
    David Fraser, McInnes Cooper
    John Russo, Vice President, Legal Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, Equifax Canada

    Tab 6
    Data Breach Insurance
    Patrick Bourk, Senior Vice President, Management Risk Practice Leader, Integro Insurance Brokers
    Matthew Davies, Director – Professional, Media and Cyber Liability, Chubb Insurance Company of Canada
    Bobbie Goldie, Vice President, Professional Risk, ACE Canada

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Title: Expert Forensic Evidence in Criminal Proceedings
    Program Date: January 16, 2015

    Expert Forensic Evidence in Criminal Proceedings

    Table of Content

    Program Date: January 16, 2015


    Tab A
    Agenda
    Tab B

    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    New Developments in the Jurisprudence on Expert Testimony
    Jeffrey R. Manishen, Ross & McBride LLP (Moderator)
    The Hon. Justice Michal Fairburn, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    The Hon. Justice David Paciocco, Ontario Court of Justice
    Tab 2
    New Developments in Forensic Pathology as a Prototype for Other Forensic Disciplines
    Michael S. Pollanen, MD, Ph.D, FRCPath, DMJ (Path) FRCPC Founder, Forensic Pathology, Chief Forensic Pathologist of Ontario, Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, University of Toronto
    Kristopher S. Cunningham, MD, Ph.D, Forensic and Cardiovascular Pathologist
    Charis Kepron, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Forensic Pathologist Eastern Ontario Forensic Pathology Unit, Ontario Forensic Pathology Service
    John R. Fernandes, MDCM, FRCSC, FRCPC, Founder Designation in Forensic Pathology, Medical Director of the Regional Forensic Pathology Unit, Forensic Pathology Programme Director and Associate Professor, McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences
    Tab 3
    Distinguishing Between Science and Pseudo Science?
    Michelle Shouldice, MEd, MD, FRCPC, FAAP, Head, Division of Paediatric Medicine, Associate Professor of Paediatrics University of Toronto, Hospital for Sick Children
    Dr. Kathy Gruspier, Ph.D, J.D., Forensic Anthropologist Associate Professor, Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology Ontario Forensic Pathology Service
    Jonathan Newman, Deputy Director – Scientific Services, Centre of Forensic Sciences
    Tab 4
    Issues in Obtaining an Expert’s Opinion: To Draft or Not to Draft and Other Dilemmas
    Mark J. Sandler, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP, Toronto; Special Counsel, Criminal Law, Goudge Inquiry
    Scott C. Hutchison, Henein Hutchison LLP
    Robin Flumerfelt, Crown Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office-Criminal
    Toby H. Rose, MD, FRCPC, Deputy Chief Forensic Pathologist Ontario Forensic Pathology Service
    Tab 5
    Ethics and Professional Responsibility Issues with Expert Evidence The Hon. Justice Michal Fairburn, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Marie Henein, Henein Hutchison LLP
    Michelle Shouldice, MEd, MD, FRCPC, FAAP, Head, Division of Paediatric Medicine, Associate Professor of Paediatrics, University of Toronto, Hospital for Sick Children
    Tab 6
    Notes
    Tab 7
    CLE Information Sheet
  • Title: The Comprehensive Guide to Handling a Family Law Case
    Program Date: October 2, 2014

    The Comprehensive Guide to Handling a Family Law Case

    Table of Content

    Program Date: October 2, 2014


    Tab A
    Agenda
    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies
    Tab 1
    First Meeting with Client: Assessment of the Case
    Heather Hansen, Martha McCarthy & Company LLP
    Bryan R.G. Smith, Lerners LLP
    Tab 2
    Understanding the Importance of Pleadings and Financial Statements
    Alfred Mamo, McKenzie Lake Lawyers
    George Karahotzitis, Thomson, Rogers
    Aaron Franks, Epstein Cole LLP
    Andrew Freedman, CPA, CA•IFA, CBV, ASA, Managing Director, Duff & Phelps Corp.
    Tab 3
    Questioning: What Does an Effective Examination for Discovery Look Like?
    Harold Niman, Niman Gelgoot and Associates LLP
    Bryan R.G. Smith, Lerners LLP
    Tab 4
    Interim Motions: Strategies and Techniques
    Alfred Mamo, McKenzie Lake Lawyers
    Gary S. Joseph, MacDonald & Partners LLP
    Herschel Fogelman, Basman Smith LLP
    Tab 5
    Notes

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