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Substantive Law for Litigators: Torts

Date

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.)

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CPD Hour(s)*
5 h Substantive
45 m Professionalism
15 m EDI Professionalism
Location

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Page Count: 275

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Chair
  • Barbara Legate, C.S.
    Legate Injury Lawyers
Description

Duty, fault, causation and harm, and damages are the key pillars of tort law. This update brings you up to speed on the current state of the law and about emerging causes of action. Our presenters discuss the Supreme Court of Canada and Ontario Court of Appeal decisions that impact considerations on duty and cause of damage.

  • Learn about emerging causes of action like privacy and internet abuse
  • Examine class actions as a potential vehicle to justice
  • Contemplate the effects of the pandemic on tort law

Presenters

  • Deborah BerlachStieber Berlach LLP
  • Elizabeth BowkerStieber Berlach LLP
  • Ryan BreedonBreedon Litigation Professional Corporation
  • Erika ChamberlainProfessor and Dean, Faculty of LawUniversity of Western Ontario
  • Tom Curry, C.S.Lenczner Slaght LLP
  • Rasha El-TawilSiskinds LLP
  • Sarah BowdenForeman & Company Professional Corporation
  • Richard HalpernGluckstein Lawyers
  • Judith Hull, C.S.McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP
  • Barbara Legate, C.S.Legate Injury Lawyers
  • Joseph Obagi, C.S.Connolly Obagi LLP
  • Stephen RossRogers Partners LLP

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