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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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