Concussion Update for Legal Practitioners, Insurers, Judges and Clinicians: Keeping Your Case Moving Forward in a Virtual Environment


Thursday, November 19, 2020 (9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.)

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CPD Hour(s)*
1 h 15 m Substantive
15 m Professionalism

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  • Dr. Charles H. Tator, OC, PhD, FRCSC, FACSDirector
    Canadian Concussion Centre, Neurosurgeon

This program is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and approved by The Michener Institute of Education – CPD Accreditation Office. You may claim a maximum of 1.7 hours (credits are automatically calculated).

Previously considered a less serious medical issue, awareness of the importance of concussions as a sometimes serious or long-term health issue for Ontarians has grown in the past few years, and not just for high-level athletes. Our medical experts and legal practitioners offer you an overview of concussions, key insights on best practices in mediating concussion cases, and how COVID-19 has impacted medical/legal professionals and their patients/clients relating to concussion syndromes. For those who work in personal injury, insurance, sports administration, workers compensation, health, education, and criminal law or related practice areas, this update is a must.


  • Dr. Charles H. Tator, OC, PhD, FRCSC, FACSDirectorCanadian Concussion Centre
  • Dr. Robin Green, PhD, C.Psych.Clinical Neuropsychologist
  • Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, FRCPCCognitive Neurologist
  • Lindsay CharlesMcLeish Orlando LLP
  • James TomlinsonMcCague Borlack LLP
  • The Honourable Karen WeilerRetired JudgeCourt of Appeal for Ontario

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