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  • 14th Annual Conference: Crown Liability
    Program Date:
    March 21, 2018

    14th Annual Conference: Crown Liability

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 21, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Year’s Most Important Cases in Crown Liability
    Michael H.Morris,
    Senior General Counsel, National Litigation Sector, Department of Justice (Canada), Ontario Regional Office

    Tab 2
    Recent Developments in Negligence Affecting Crown Liability
    Prof. Erika Chamberlain,
    Western Law, Western University

    Tab 3
    Chippewas of the Thames First Nation v. Enbridge and Clyde River (Hamlet) v. Petroleum Geo-Services Inc. and Their Impact On The Duty To Consult and Accommodate
    Manizeh Fancy,
    Crown Law Office, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    Nader R.Hasan, Stockwoods LLP

    Tab 4
    Recent Class Actions Litigation Involving the Crown
    Sonal Gandhi,
    Counsel, Crown Law Office-Civil, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
    John Kingman Phillips, Waddell Philips LLP

    Tab 5
    The Current State of Crown Immunity After Canada (Attorney General) v. Thourin (2017)
    Jacqueline M.Dais-Visca,
    Senior Counsel, National Litigation Sector, Department of Justice Canada
    Paul Sheridan, Crown Law Office-Civil Law, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 6
    The Impact of International Trade Law on Crown Liability
    Michael D.Solursh,
    Counsel, Citizenship, Immigration & International Trade (Ontario)

    Tab 7
    Ethical and Professional Issues in Crown Litigation
    Joseph K.Cheng,
    (moderator), Counsel, Business, Regulatory and Extradition Law Division, Justice Canada (Ontario Regional Office)
    The Hon. Justice Lise G.Favreau, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
    Gina Scarcella, Senior Counsel (Public Safety and Defence), Justice Canada An Interactive Discussion of How

    Tab 8
    Note Paper

  • Accident Benefits: What's Current, What's Important?
    Program Date:
    March 8, 2018

    Accident Benefits: What’s Current, What’s Important?

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 8, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Most Important Accident Benefits Cases Over the last 12 Months
    Mary Nicole Corriero,
    Lofranco Corriero Personal Injury Lawyers

    Tab 2
    Less of a Guessing Game Now: Current Procedural Realities at the Licence Appeal Tribunal
    Fabio Longo,
    Trianta Longo LLP
    Nathalie V.Rosenthall, Zarek Taylor Grossman Hanrahan LLP
    Alexander M.Voudouris, Pace Law Firm
    Catherine H.Zingg, Flaherty McCarthy LLP

    Tab 3
    Limitation Periods in Accident Benefits Practice
    Laleh Hedayati,
    Howard Sacks Henry LLP

    Tab 4
    Catastrophic Impairment (CAT): Medical-Legal Insights and Continuing Developments Under the New Definition
    Maia L.Bent,
    Lerners LLP
    Dr. Chantal Vaidyanath, University Health Network, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

    Tab 5
    Ethical and Professional Issues in AB Practice
    Tracy L.Brooks,
    Senior Counsel, Intact Insurance Company
    Allan W.Chapmik, Pace Law Firm
    Matthew Consky, Kahler Personal Injury Law Professional Corporation
    Sandi J.Smith, Gilbert Kirby Stringer LLP

    Tab 6
    Causation: Updating the Test and Eliminating the Confusion
    Lisa C.Pool,
    Sullivan Festeryga LLP
    Alexander M.Voudouris, Pace Law Firm

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • 11th Annual Intensive Course on Drafting and Reviewing Search Warrants
    Program Date:
    March 5, 2018

    11th Annual Intensive Course on Drafting and Reviewing Search Warrants

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 5, 2018


    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
    Regulatory Information in the Hands of Police; More than Ling and Jarvis
    Michael Fawcett,
    Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 4
    latest Hot Issues in Computer and Related Technology Searches
    Matthew Asma,
    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
    Detective Sergeant W.J. (Jamie) Prosser, Coordination Unit-Technical Support Branch, Investigation and Support Bureau, Ontario Provincial Police
    Glen Crisp, Assistant Crown Attorney, Guns and Gangs Initiative, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

    Tab 6
    Novel Challenges for Warrant Writers in the High Tech Age
    Randy Schwartz,
    General Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

    Tab 7
    Media Searches
    Kenneth Grad,
    Henein Hutchison LLP

    Tab 8
    Practical Issues in the Warrant Process: Special Cross-Discipline Panel Discussion
    The Hon. Justice Michael J.Epstein,
    Ontario Court of Justice
    Andrew Furgiuele, Doucette Santoro Furgiuele
    Sergeant David Cobey, RCMP, Technical Case Management Program
    Sarah Shaikh, Senior Counsel, Public Prosecution Service of Canada

    Tab 9
    Note Paper

  • Legal Risk Management For Design Professionals: Strategies For Dealing With...
    Program Date:
    March 2, 2018

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

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 2, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

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

    Tab 1A
    RAIC Document Six

    Tab 1B
    OAA 600

    Tab 1C
    ACEC 31 Contracts

    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
    Jennifer Roberts,
    Gibbs & Associates

    Tab 4
    Coverage and Common Insurance Issues
    Steven Stieber,
    Stieber Berlack LLP

    Tab 5
    The Changing Risk Profile: Recognizing and Managing Emerging Areas of Liability
    Wilma Schreuders,
    VP & GM Design Professional Group, XL Catlin

    Tab 6
    Note Paper

  • Gambling by the Book: Ensuring Compliance with Federal and Provincial Gaming...
    Program Date:
    March 1, 2018

    Gambling by the Book: Ensuring Compliance with Federal and Provincial Gaming Laws

    Table of Content

    Program Date: March 1, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Chair’s Overview and Introduction
    Don Bourgeois,
    Counsel Gaming and Gambling, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP; Principal, Gaming & Regulation Group Inc.

    Tab 2
    Gaming Risks and How to Mitigate Them
    Terry McInally,
    Chief Compliance & Risk Officer, Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Ltd.

    Tab 3
    Developing a Control Environment and Meeting the AGCO Standards
    Sukvinder Singh,
    Director, Audit and Financial Investigations, Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

    Tab 4
    Identifying Roles and Responsibilities and Managing Relationships
    Luke Orchard,
    SVP, Chief Compliance and Risk Management Officer, IGT

    Tab 5
    A Discussion with Canadian Operators and Suppliers
    Don Bourgeois,
    Counsel Gaming and Gambling, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP; Principal, Gaming & Regulation Group Inc.
    Leo Perri, Chief Financial Officer, Delta Bingo & Gaming
    Domenico Roma, Director, Internal Audit, Caesars Windsor
    Kelly Tessier, Chief Compliance Officer, Great Blue Heron Casino

    Tab 6
    Managing Relationships: Crown Corporations, Government, Public, External and In-House Counsel
    Don Bourgeois,
    Counsel Gaming and Gambling, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP; Principal, Gaming & Regulation Group Inc.
    Rob Kroeker, Chief Compliance Officer & VP Legal, Compliance, Security, British Columbia Lottery Corporation
    Carolyn Marcotte, Vice-President, Legal and Compliance, Caesars Windsor
    Jim Warren, Principal, Gaming & Regulation Group Inc.

    Tab 7
    Anti-Money Laundering and the Gaming Industry
    Christopher Masters,
    Director, Compliance & Anti-Money Laundering, Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited
    Derek Ramm, Director, Anti-Money Laundering, Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

    Tab 8
    Notes

  • Critical and Emerging Issues in School Law for K-12 Education Professionals
    Program Date:
    February 27, 2018

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

    Table of Content

    Program Date: February 27, 2018


    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
    Jessica Koper,
    Shibley Righton LLP

    Tab 3
    Navigating Education Law Issues When There are Mental Health Challenges
    Dr.Sharon Pyke,
    Superintendent of Education, Greater Essex County District School Board

    Tab 4
    “Developments at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Relating to Education Matters”
    Jennifer Scott,
    Social Justice Tribunals Ontario

    Tab 5
    Police, Cyberspace and Criminal Behavior
    Detective Constable Scott McQuoid,
    Sex Crimes Unit, Child Exploitation Section, Toronto Police Service

    Tab 6
    The Family: Rights of the child & Parent, Issues of Custody and Access, Child Protection, Foster Care and Foster Children, Homelessness
    The Hon. Marvin A.Zuker,
    Associate Professor, Leadership, Higher & Adult Education, University of Toronto, OISE
    Sheila C.MacKinnon, Barrister & Solicitor

    Tab 7
    Student Discipline: Best Practices on the Ground
    Mac Vecchiarino,
    Superintendent – Policy, Strategy and Global Learning, Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board
    Courtney Lewis, Safe Schools Administrator, Toronto District School Board
    Mark Haarmann, Superintendent, Leadership Development & School Support Services, Peel District School Board

    Tab 8
    Police Protocols and YCJA: School Board Implications
    Nadia Adragna, 
    Principal, Monsignor Fraser College, St.Martin Campus; Principal, 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 9
    Case Study Overview: Current Challenges Facing Schools – An Educator’s Response
    Robert G.Keel,
    Keel Cottrelle LLP
    The Hon. Marvin A.Zuker, Associate Professor, Leadership, Higher & Adult Education, University of Toronto, OISE

    Tab 10
    Notes

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Burman Law Firm

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