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Publications & Presentations
Tom Curry will be sharing his expertise at the OBA's premier program Anatomy of a Trial: Successful Trial Strategy. His panel will discuss trial lessons learned on appeal.
Tom Curry | November 10, 2020
Tom Curry will be co-chairing The Advocates' Society's flagship program "Mastering the Art of Examining Witnesses" on September 23, 2020.
Tom Curry | September 23, 2020
Peter Griffin will be presenting at The Advocates' Society's program "Litigating Contract Disputes". He will be sharing his expertise on the panel Framing Your Contract Claim.
Peter Griffin | June 18, 2020
Nina Bombier will be speaking at The Advocates' Society's program "Privilege: A Litigator's Guide". She will be sharing her expertise on the panel Waiver of Privilege.
Nina Bombier | June 16, 2020
Jessica Lim will be speaking at Thomson Reuters' upcoming webinar Working in the Future - What's Next.
Jessica Lim | June 10, 2020
Dena N. Varah will be speaking at The Advocates' Society's program Litigating From Home: Managing Teams Remotely. The panel will discuss best practices for managing and motivating a team remotely.
Dena N. Varah | June 4, 2020
Nina Bombier will be speaking at the OBA's program Pandemic-Related Class Actions. Nina will share her expertise on what the new landscape of class actions law will look like, and how insurance and long-term care home actions will help to change this landscape as the number of new claims rise.
Nina Bombier | May 27, 2020
Adhi Reza will be presenting at the Legal Marketing Association's LMANext webinar on the topic The Impact of Successful Digital Marketing (Part 2). She will share her insights on how to develop a creative, engaging, and impactful digital marketing strategy for your firm.
Adhi Reza | May 26, 2020
Gerry Tipold spoke on The Law Office Management Association webinar TLOMA Members Share COVID-Related Experiences and Future Plans. Gerry discussed the impact of COVID-19 on our firm's practice and our key considerations for our return to office plan.
Gerry Tipold | May 22, 2020
Jonathan Chen | May 21, 2020
Sana Halwani will be speaking on the IPIC webinar titled "COVID-19 & IP Practice: Litigating From Your Living Room". The program will provide an update on the latest developments and strategies for success during this time.
Sana Halwani | May 15, 2020
Tom Curry will be co-chairing the final session of the OBA's Civil Litigation Call In Series on Maintaining Your Litigation Practice in a Remote Work Environment on May 13.
Tom Curry | May 14, 2020
Paul-Erik Veel will be presenting on the OBA's Civil Litigation program Recent Key Developments in Contract Law. He will be discussing recent key developments on the Duty of Good Faith.
Paul-Erik Veel | May 14, 2020Speculate, Anticipate, Mitigate: How COVID-19 May Impact the Canadian Legal Landscape in the Short and Long Term
May 12, 2020
Matthew B. Lerner spoke on Canadian Lawyer's webinar "COVID-19: Litigation Fallout - What Organizations Need to do to Mitigate Their Risk." His panel discussed the heightened risk of liabilities and the resulting litigation fallout for all organizations as businesses take stock on how best to mitigate the financial impact of the pandemic.
Matthew B. Lerner | May 11, 2020
Lindsey Bombardier spoke on the Legal Marketing Association webinar Adding Value in Time of Crisis: Legal Marketing Leadership During "Business Unusual". Lindsey shared her expert insight on how legal marketing teams can meaningfully contribute and remain valuable as the COVID-19 crisis evolves.
Lindsey Bombardier | May 1, 2020
Peter Griffin and Tom Curry spoke at The Advocates' Society's 19th Annual Spring Symposium on the module The Civil Advocate. Their session included an update on principles of civility for advocates and how to handle questions from the Bench on appeal.
Chris Kinnear Hunter is co-chairing The Advocates' Society's program Litigating From Home: Virtual Mentoring.
Chris Kinnear Hunter | April 28, 2020
Scott Rollwagen presented at the Ontario Bar Association's online program Top Appeals of 2019 from the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Scott discussed the implications of the decision in The Guarantee Company of North America v RBC.
Scott Rollwagen | April 15, 2020
Paul-Erik Veel co-chaired the first session of the OBA's Civil Litigation Call In Series on Maintaining Your Litigation Practice in a Remote Work Environment on April 7.
Paul-Erik Veel | April 7, 2020
Jaan Lilles shared his expertise at OsgoodePD's webcast program Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases 2020. He presented on the panel Assessing Duties and Powers.
Jaan Lilles | April 2, 2020
Rebecca Jones shared her expertise at OsgoodePD's webcast program Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases 2020. She presented on how to navigate examinations, interviews and inquiries.
Rebecca Jones | April 2, 2020Antitrust Convergence in a Divergent Regulatory Environment: The IPEGs’ Treatment of Reverse Payment Settlements of Pharmaceutical Litigation
Paul-Erik Veel's article was published in the latest volume of the Canadian Competition Law Review. In this article, he discusses competition law aspects of pharmaceutical litigation settlements.
Paul-Erik Veel | March 23, 2020
Jessica Lim moderated a Twitter discussion on the meaning of legal project management and what it entails.
Jessica Lim | March 11, 2020
Matthew Sammon spoke at the OBA's Young Lawyers Division program Your First Civil Trial. He shared his expertise on the panel “Top 10 Trial Mistakes and How to Avoid Them".
Matthew Sammon | March 6, 2020
Shara N. Roy | March 4, 2020
Sana Halwani spoke at Canadian Lawyer's Women in Law Summit. She moderated the panel discussion Executing diversity and inclusion strategies that attract and retain female talent.
Sana Halwani | February 12, 2020
Shara Roy presented at Canadian Lawyer's Women in Law Summit on the panel discussion: Addressing unconscious bias and discrimination. The session explored practical steps for addressing bias within the legal industry.
Shara N. Roy | February 12, 2020
Jonathan Chen spoke at the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers’ 13th Annual Conference on February 8. He shared his expertise on the panel discussion The Business of Law: Powering It Up on the Tech Side.
Jonathan Chen | February 8, 2020
Chris Kinnear Hunter is the co-chair of The Advocates' Society's 2020 Toronto Mentoring Dinner Series. The series will offer opportunities to meet a variety of mentors and top tips on managing your client relationships as you build your practice.
Chris Kinnear Hunter | February 6, 2020
Anne E. Posno will be presenting at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute on the program The Great Debate: Tackling Unsettled Issues in Trusts and Estates Law. Anne will share her expertise on the current most pressing and unsettled issues in trusts and estates law.
Anne E. Posno | February 6, 2020
Shara N. Roy was invited to The Advocates' Society's Toronto Mentoring Dinner Series as a mentor on the session Built to Last. Shara shared her top tips on building your practice and your profile.
Shara N. Roy | February 6, 2020
Anne E. Posno spoke at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute on the program Leaders and Changemakers Breakfast. As part of the Women Lawyers Forum, she shared tips on achieving and leading change.
Anne E. Posno | February 5, 2020
Colin Johnston will share his expertise at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute on the program Key Constitutional and Human Rights in Health Law & Practice. Colin will discuss the Charter and the current laws surrounding medical assistance in dying.
Colin Johnston | February 4, 2020
Chris Kinnear Hunter will be presenting at the Law Society of Ontario's program "A Litigator's Guide to Concurrent Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Proceedings" on January 28, 2020.
Chris Kinnear Hunter | January 28, 2020
Tom Curry and Mark Veneziano shared their expertise at Mount Sinai Hospital's Continuing Medical Education Seminar. Tom discussed "Accountability for Expert Witnesses," while Mark presented on the topic of "Partogram: What is the Dilemma?".
Monique Jilesen was a faculty member at The Advocates' Society's program Cross-Examination: Strategies for Success. The session was part of the Civil Litigation Skills Certificate program. Monique provided expert advice on knowing your audience and knowing your witness.
Monique Jilesen | January 22, 2020
Anne E. Posno will speaking on The Advocates' Society's program Top Cases in Estates Litigation 2020. Anne will share her expert insights on top cases and trends from 2019 as well as recent developments in estates litigation.
Anne E. Posno | January 15, 2020
Scott Rollwagen's article Bill C-97 will complicate insolvency in 2020 appeared in The Lawyer's Daily on January 7. In this article, Scott discusses the far-reaching implications of the changes introduced by Bill C-97.
Scott Rollwagen | January 7, 2020
Lindsey Bombardier's article "Social & Digital Success: Use Data, Engage Clients, and Train Your Lawyers" was featured in the Legal Marketing Association's 12 Days of Social & Digital Media. In the article, she discusses three key areas to focus on when communicating the value of digital/social media and gives an in-depth look at Lenczner Slaght's holiday card campaign.
Lindsey Bombardier | December 17, 2019
Tom Curry co-chaired The Advocates' Society's Civility in Changing Times program. The program brought together judges and leading litigators to discuss how to navigate civility issues in written correspondence, at discovery, mediation, arbitration and in the heat of trial.
Tom Curry | December 17, 2019
Eli Lederman authored The Lawyer's Daily article “The Supreme Court and duty of good faith: What now?”. In this article, he analyzes two recent cases that raise important questions about the content of the duty of good faith and about honest performance of contractual obligations.
Eli S. Lederman | December 11, 2019
Sana Halwani spoke at the Ontario Bar Association's program titled A Deep Dive into Injunctions and Extraordinary Remedies. She will be sharing her expertise on Mandatory Injunctions and Norwich Orders.
Sana Halwani | December 11, 2019
Shara N. Roy was a panelist at The Advocates' Society's Diversity & Inclusion Breakfast on November 28. The panel explored important issues including business development initiatives for women, referrals to women, the sponsorship of women in the legal profession, and more.
Shara N. Roy | November 28, 2019
Ian Binnie and Monique Jilesen shared their expertise at the inaugural Canadian Litigation Forum. Ian discussed the current international arbitration landscape for Canadian companies on the panel International Arbitration - a new paradigm emerges. While Monique discussed trends in litigation risk for Canadian companies on the opening panel Setting the Scene: The Canadian Litigation Landscape.
Chris Kinnear Hunter presented at the Ontario Bar Association's Advanced Trial Preparation: The Full Strategy program. He shared his expert tips and strategies on Preparing for Examinations in Chief.
Chris Kinnear Hunter | November 26, 2019
Jessica Lim spoke at the Legal Marketing Association's Eastern Canada Region Conference. Her panel discussed the phases of becoming data driven, the tools available to view and explore your data, and more.
Jessica Lim | November 21, 2019
Kaitlin Soye and Veronica C. Tsou presented at ILCO's Advanced Litigation Law CLE program. They provided an overview of the key steps in a patent case, including the Federal Court rules, as well as practical ways that Law Clerks can add value to the legal team.
Lindsey Bombardier spoke on the Good2bSocial webinar titled "Law Firm Microsites: Good or Bad Idea?" on November 20. She provided insights on the value and challenges associated with law firm microsites, how to create an effective one, and more.
Lindsey Bombardier | November 20, 2019
Sarah Millar will spoke at the Ontario Bar Association's progam on the panel "The Lifecycle of an eDiscovery Project." The panel discussion included a walk through of a realistic eDiscovery scenario, relevant issues to consider from both the plaintiff and defence perspectives, and tips for minimizing the burden and costs involved.
Sarah Millar | November 18, 2019
Shara Roy shared her expertise at the OBA's program Analyzing The Dianor Decision on November 14, 2019. As part of an expert faculty, Shara broke down the decision, analyzed the issues at hand and discussed its long term implications.
Shara N. Roy | November 14, 2019
Paul-Erik Veel's article Let it Rain was published in the October 2019 Issue of Lexpert Magazine. In this article, Paul-Erik discusses the Supreme Court's long-awaited decision in Pioneer Corp v Godfrey.
Paul-Erik Veel | November 11, 2019Constitutional Issues in Food and Beverage Regulation: a look at the Royal DeMaria v VQA Ontario Case.
Paul-Erik Veel shared his expertise at the Canadian Association for Food Law and Policy's 4th Annual Conference. He discussed Constitutional Issues in Food and Beverage Regulation: a look at the Royal DeMaria v VQA Ontario Case.
Paul-Erik Veel | November 9, 2019
Ian Binnie | November 1, 2019
Sarah Millar will presenting at the Ontario Bar Association's Innovations in Litigation program on the panel "Technology, Litigation and the Law". She will be sharing her expertise on new and innovative technologies to streamline your practice, e-discovery and e-filing, apps and other technologies.
Sarah Millar | October 28, 2019
Sana Halwani presented at The Advocates' Society's 8th Biennial Women in Litigation Symposium. She participated on the panel Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession: How Are We Doing?
Sana Halwani | October 25, 2019
Monique Jilesen co-chaired The Advocates' Society's 8th Biennial Women in Litigation Symposium.
Monique Jilesen | October 25, 2019
Paul-Erik Veel and Chris Kinnear Hunter co-authored the article "Recognition of ‘umbrella purchasers’ will increase size of class actions" which appeared on The Lawyer's Daily. In this article, they provide further comment on the Supreme Court of Canada's recently released decision in Pioneer Corp. v Godfrey.
Anne E. Posno presented at the Law Society of Ontario's 22nd Estates and Trusts Summit. She discussed the latest developments on estate, trust, and capacity/elder law litigation.
Anne E. Posno | October 16, 2019
Mark Veneziano spoke at the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto's 8th Annual Pot-Pourri program. He shared his expert insight on recent cases and trending topics in health law.
Mark Veneziano | October 10, 2019
Matthew B. Lerner presented at the LSO program Discoveries: An Update for Litigators. He shared his expertise on the panel Getting to the Answer – Issues that arise in the discovery process.
Matthew B. Lerner | October 7, 2019
Paul-Erik Veel spoke at the Law Society of Ontario's program Arbitration: An Update for Litigators. His panel discussed the Analysis of the Case Law Relating to Interpretation and Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements.
Paul-Erik Veel | October 7, 2019
Shara N. Roy spoke at The Advocates' Society's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for Litigators program on October 3, 2019. She will share her expert insight on the panel "Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: Scenarios for Discussion."
Shara N. Roy | October 3, 2019
October 3, 2019
Sana Halwani moderated the panel "Patriot Games – Coordination and Management of Multi-Jurisdictional Litigation" at IPIC's 93rd Annual General Meeting.
Sana Halwani | September 26, 2019
Sarah Millar shared her expertise as a lecturer for OsgoodePD's certificate program on eDiscovery, Information Governance and Privacy. As part of expert faculty, she shared essential tips, knowledge, and strategies to maximize the application of technology to practice.
Sarah Millar | September 17, 2019
Tom Curry co-chaired The Advocates' Society's Trial Advocacy in Action program on The Rosenberg Spy Case. The program will provide a step by step through preparing for and conducting a trial, from the art of opening statements, to masterful examinations to powerful closing arguments.
Tom Curry | September 10, 2019
Chris Kinnear Hunter offered his mentorship at The Advocates' Society's 3rd Annual Big Mingle for law school, articling, summer, and LPP students.
Chris Kinnear Hunter | August 14, 2019
Cynthia L. Tape co-authored the Canadian Fourth Edition of Modern Trial Advocacy: Analysis and Practice. The publication provides not only Canadian case law and statutes, but also valuable insight into the specific elements of Canadian litigation practice.
Cynthia L. Tape | August 12, 2019
Kaitlin Soye spoke at Windsor Law's OCI Demystified event. She shared tips on researching law firms, what to include in an application package, crafting an effective resume, and more.
Kaitlin Soye | July 12, 2019
July 7, 2019
Jessica Lim's article "What should firms consider at the outset of creating an innovation team?" was published in the fifth edition of Legal Business World Publications. In this article, she writes to law firms considering an innovation team on how to get started, move forward and make an impact.
Jessica Lim | July 4, 2019
Scott Rollwagen will share his expertise on the panel Construction Trusts: A‐1 Asphalt and Competing Perspectives from the Construction and Insolvency Bars. He will explore the implications of the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in The Guarantee Company of North America v Royal Bank of Canada and provide insight on how it will impact both the construction and insolvency bars.
Scott Rollwagen | June 21, 2019
Colin Johnston presented at the Ontario Medical Association's Advisory Board Meeting. His panel discussed regulatory issues in the medical field.
Colin Johnston | June 8, 2019
Risa Kirshblum shared her litigation expertise at The Advocates' Society's intensive two-day workshop Summer Trial Advocacy College. The workshop tests and refines your skills in case analysis, opening statements and closing arguments, examination-in-chief and cross examination.
Risa M. Kirshblum | June 6, 2019
At CLUC's 2019 Annual Retreat and Reception, Monique Jilesen shared her expertise on the panel What's Happening at the Commercial List.
Monique Jilesen | June 5, 2019
Anthony Sangiulano authored the paper “The Best Interests Standard and Anti-Discrimination in Paediatric Bioethics and Canadian Law” in Volume 12, Issue 2 of the McGill Journal of Law and Health.
Anthony Sangiuliano | June 4, 2019
Dena N. Varah presented at the Ontario Bar Association's program Litigating Complicated Medical Negligence Claims on the panel "Dealing with Experts". She shared her expertise on the standard of care and causation, advocacy, strategic planning, complying with ethical rules, draft reports, and bullet-proof expert opinions.
Dena N. Varah | May 30, 2019
Adhi Reza presented at Legal Marketing Association's LMANext Lunch & Learn on the topic The Impact of Successful Digital Marketing. She provided insights on creating, executing, and measuring the success of a firm's digital marketing strategy.
Adhi Reza | May 28, 2019
At the Institute for the Future of Law Practice, Jessica Lim shares her insights on the importance of becoming a data driven law firm.
Jessica Lim | May 27, 2019
Eli S. Lederman shared his expert insight on the panel Solving Shareholder Disputes at the Law Society of Ontario's 9th Business Law Summit.
Eli S. Lederman | May 13, 2019
In Monique Jilesen’s Lawyer’s Daily article “Ahead of the pack: Advising the board on looming disputes”, she summarizes what corporate counsel can do to effectively manage and contain a crisis while balancing the interests of the board, stakeholders and the public.
Monique Jilesen | May 1, 2019
Peter Griffin presented at the Ontario Bar Association's premier program Anatomy of a Trial: A Deeper Dive Into Jury Trials that provided a comprehensive examination of the best techniques for conducting a jury trial. Peter spoke on the panel "Professionalism and Civility at Trial".
Peter Griffin | April 30, 2019
Brendan Morrison presented at the Defamation Law 2019: Current Issues + Emerging Trends Conference on the panel “Anti-SLAPP: Where We Are At and Where We Are Headed”. The panel examined key lessons from the Court of Appeal on interpreting and applying anti-SLAPP legislation and other practical considerations and strategies for anti-SLAPP motions.
Brendan F. Morrison | April 29, 2019
Ian Binnie presented at The Advocates' Society's 18th Annual Spring Symposium, on the panel "A Question of Advocacy: Handling Questions from...
Ian Binnie | April 24, 2019
Anne Posno shared her expertise on Victory Verbatim’s panel discussion regarding the conduct of examinations for discovery.
Anne E. Posno | April 24, 2019
Rebecca Jones presented at OsgoodePD's Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases program. Her panel provided tips and strategies on navigating a client through examinations, interviews and inquiries during the investigation phase of professional discipline cases.
Rebecca Jones | April 24, 2019
Jaan Lilles presented at OsgoodePD's Prosecuting and Defending Professional Discipline Cases program. He shared his expertise on the panel discussion Assessing Duties and Powers.
Jaan Lilles | April 24, 2019
Dena Varah spoke at the Advocates' Society D&I Breakfast. The panel discussed the challenges of of balancing a litigation practice and parenting commitments.
Dena N. Varah | April 17, 2019
Veronica C. Tsou presented on a panel for the Girls in Tech conference. Veronica spoke to girls in grades 6-8 about possible career paths in the tech space.
Veronica C. Tsou | April 13, 2019
Sana Halwani presented at the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada's webinar called “Basics of Law – Evidence: From Key Principles to Digital Evidence”. The program discussed fundamental principles of evidence, the latest strategies in collecting digital evidence, and tips on presenting evidence before courts and tribunals.
Sana Halwani | April 12, 2019
Isabel Dávila Pereira co-authored the article Broad support for new Canada climate law in upcoming Ford judicial challenget published by The Lawyer's Daily. This article summarizes key court submissions from interveners supporting Canada's new Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act.
Isabel Dávila Pereira | April 10, 2019
Isabel Dávila Pereira is the co-author of the article Premier Ford’s judicial challenge to Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act which was published by The Lawyer's Daily.
Isabel Dávila Pereira | April 9, 2019
At the 2019 Annual CCCA National Conference for in-house counsel, Monique Jilesen was a member of the plenary panel called “Get Ahead of the Pack: Best Practices for Advising the Board When a Dispute is on the Horizon”. She shared expert practical advice on litigation avoidance, pre-litigation planning, and sharing risk.
Monique Jilesen | April 8, 2019
Mark Veneziano presented at The Advocates' Society's annual workshop "Do a Trial!" As an experienced trial lawyer, he provided expert advice on how to develop a team trial strategy and how to prepare witnesses.
Mark Veneziano | April 6, 2019
As a leader in student recruitment and advancing D&I in the legal profession, Shara N. Roy has been asked to speak at the Canadian Bar Association's sold out Inclusive Leader Series event called “Diversity and Inclusion in Law Firms: Opportunities for Young Lawyers”.
Shara N. Roy | April 4, 2019
At the Advocate’s Society’s program Leadership Skills for Litigators, Tom Curry shared his expert tips and in-depth experience on the panel “Transforming your Litigation Skills into Leadership Skills.”
Tom Curry | March 29, 2019
Jaan Lilles presented at The Advocates' Society's program titled “Transparency and Disclosure Before Administrative Tribunals”. The program provides an update on the obligations, opportunities, and trends in this area.
Jaan Lilles | March 27, 2019
Rebecca Jones was a member of faculty at The Osgoode Certificate in Health Law program. Rebecca shared her expertise on Causation Basics in medical malpractice actions.
Rebecca Jones | March 27, 2019
Tom Curry taught University of Toronto law students about Appellate Advocacy.
Tom Curry | March 11, 2019
Tom Curry co-presented at the Ontario Bar Association's Your First Civil Trial program on the panel The Art of Examinations. He shared his expert and practical advice on mastering direct examinations and cross-examinations.
Tom Curry | March 1, 2019
Tom Curry co-presented at the Ontario Bar Association's Civil Litigation Program. He discussed how the new one-judge civil case management pilot will function, the types of cases included, and the availability of fixed-trial dates.
Tom Curry | February 25, 2019
Monique Jilesen was a panellist at the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers conference. She was part of a team discussing Gender, Diversity and Equality. This session contributed to the conference's theme of Practicing Law and Humanity and how the legal profession can achieve better diversity and equality in all areas.
Monique Jilesen | February 23, 2019
Matthew Lerner and Scott Rollwagen co-authored the article Alive and well: Construction Lien Act deemed trust after bankruptcy in The Lawyer's Daily February 8, 2019 edition. They discuss the recent decision in Guarantee Company of North America v Royal Bank of Canada that has upset the long-standing conventional wisdom among bankruptcy and insolvency practitioners in Ontario about the fate of provincially-created statutory trusts in bankruptcy.
Tom Curry shared his expertise at the 16th Annual Review of Insolvency Law Conference as part of the panel “Paramountcy – Does Insolvency Always Trump?”
Tom Curry | February 1, 2019
Paul-Erik's article Time to expand analysis of the merits in all class actions was published by Lawyer's Daily. Paul-Erik discusses the Ontario Court of Appeal's decision in Fehr v Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada which provides a clear example of an appellate court setting aside the motion judge’s decision on certification because the motion judge improperly considered the merits of the case.
Paul-Erik Veel | January 31, 2019
Paul-Erik Veel’s blog post Applying Foreign Law in Canadian Class Actions was reprinted in Lexpert Magazine’s January 2019 issue. In the article, he discusses the key take-aways from the Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Das v George Weston Limited.
Paul-Erik Veel | January 31, 2019
Jessica Lim's article "Does your law firm need an innovation team?" was published in the first 2019 international edition of Legal Business World. In the article she discusses how every law firm should be committing to some form of innovation, in order to focus on clients, look outwards and ahead, and evaluate ideas.
Jessica Lim | January 31, 2019
Monique Jilesen was a faculty member at The Advocates' Society's program Cross-Examination: Strategies for Success. The session was part of the Civil Litigation Skills Certificate program. Monique provided expert advice on how to take and keep control of witness testimony.
Monique Jilesen | January 30, 2019
Monique Jilesen hosted An Evening With the Commercial List, a popular event featuring Commercial List judges, and litigators at The Advocates' Society. This was an opportunity to see your fellow law professionals in a less formal setting.
Monique Jilesen | January 23, 2019
Rebecca Jones spoke at the Law Society of Ontario's program Evidence Essentials for Litigators. She co-presented on the topic "Ethical Issues".
Rebecca Jones | January 18, 2019Ontario Court of Appeal Rules in Heller v Uber Technologies Inc: A Sensible Result with Challenging Implications
Paul-Erik's article Ontario Court of Appeal Rules in Heller v Uber Technologies Inc: A Sensible Result with Challenging Implications appeared in the Class Actions Law section of the Ontario Bar Association.
Paul-Erik Veel | January 15, 2019
Tom Curry was a legal moderator at Mount Sinai Hospital for the OB Malpractice 2019 Program Obstetrical Malpractice: A Survival Guide for 2019.
Tom Curry | January 12, 2019
Anne E. Posno authored a chapter that appeared in Key Developments in Estates and Trusts Law in Ontario, 2017-2018 Edition, edited by Melanie A. Yach. The chapter discusses significant oppression cases involving family-held corporations.
Anne E. Posno | December 28, 2018
Sarah Millar presented on the creation of Discovery plans and then assessed individual plans drafted by students.
Sarah Millar | December 12, 2018
Ian Binnie and Peter Griffin presented at the 35th Annual Joint Colloquium on International Arbitration. They shared their expertise on the panel discussion Mastering Effective Techniques for Cross-Examination.