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The Civil Litigator’s Survival Guide to Evidence

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Agenda

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Table of Contents

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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

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

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Note Paper