A Litigator's Guide to Concurrent Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Proceedings
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.)
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Justin NasseriGoddard Nasseri LLP
Sometimes, a client's alleged conduct becomes a multilayered proceeding. For example, there could be a criminal charge, a private civil action, and a disciplinary hearing before an administrative tribunal. Even experienced counsel have to carefully navigate concurrent proceedings and the myriad of procedural and evidentiary issues that arise. Our presenters take a look at some of these issues and provide practical guidance.
- Learn about use of dispositions in concurrent proceedings, such as criminal acquittals in civil proceedings
- Understand the parameters for evidence from other proceedings, such as Crown disclosure in civil proceedings and Wagg motions
- Consider procedural issues like timing, limitation periods, sealing orders, and no-contest pleas
- Andrea Gonsalves, Stockwoods LLP
- Mark Polley, Polley Faith LLP
- Jay Naster, Brauti Thorning LLP
- Shannon Gaudet, Lerners LLP
- Chris Kinnear Hunter, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP
- Christine Wadsworth, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
- Ryan Breedon, Breedon Litigation
- Emily Lam, Kaster Law
- Owen Goddard, Goddard Nasseri LLP