|Boot Camp Toronto 2016|
|Twenty Toronto Street Conference Centre Toronto||1 September 2016|
LSUC Accreditation: 5.5 CPD Credits (Including Ethics/Professionalism TBD)
If you are a new or young lawyer then you need to register for CDL's Annual Boot Camp.
Welcome to the World of Insurance Defence! Paul Tushinski, Partner, Dutton Brock LLP
Low Speed Motor Vehicle Collisions and Injury Causation
Legal Writing Done Gooder.... Daniel Strigberger, Samis + Company
Critical Defence Knowledge about Accident Benefits: Laura Emmett, Lerners LLP
Tort Auto Insurance Primer and Trial Perspectives: Todd McCartthy, Flaherty McCarthy LLP
Your First Mediation: Cliff Hendler, ADR Chambers
Mediation is the new litigation. There is no longer an "A" in ADR
Basic Anatomy for Injury Cases: Litigation Medicine: Dr. Avi Orner, Medical Director, SCM Health Solutions
Intro to Threshold: Be-Nazeer Damji, Reisler Franklin LLP
|Accident Benefits Fall Classic|
|Hilton Toronto 145 Richmond St W Toronto||6 October 2016|
Cost: Members $446.35 Non-Members $576.30
Ontario's best CLE designed by and for AB lawyers. This is the place where you will get the most up to date information on developments in Accident Benefits. You will meet other AB lawyers and insurers in the AB community. Canadian Defence Lawyer’s annual program has become a mandatory part of your Ontario AB practice! Register Early for this sold out event
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REGISTER EARLY – This program sells out every year!
|Third Annual Joint CIAA/CICMA/CDL Seminar|
|Hyatt Regency 370 King St W Toronto||26 October 2016|
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM | Hyatt Regency | 370 King St. W. | Toronto
CIAA/CICMA Members $67.80
Chaired by Teresa Djriber (CICMA, OSBIE), Dorothy Lowry (CIAA, Crawford), and Michelle Dunbar, (CDL, Civil Defence Lawyer)
This joint program between CICMA, CIAA and CDL is developed to appeal to adjusters, claims managers and lawyers.
Accreditation: LSUC 4 hours Substantive - RIBO - Pending
The program this year will include:
Faulty Workmanship Panel: The panel will review the issue of Faulty Workmanship. They will cover areas such as what is required in an investigation, policy coverage issues, and legal issues pertaining to coverage and subrogation.
Brett Rideout, Partner, Genest Murray
Cyber Liability: Recent cases of security breaches and the obligations of the victim of the breach. Gary will discuss a Breach Coach’s role in this process along with information on what some of the legal obligations are, as well as, investigation tips.
AB Panel: Update on the New Changes. Auto Changes are ever present. Approximately six months after the most recent changes, our panel will discuss how these changes have impacted the adjudication process, litigation and coverage.
Concussion: Concussions, the new and emerging personal injury. What is a concussion? What types of new therapy are we seeing? How can you prove or disprove a concussion? Jim will also discuss the advancements in medical imaging technology and how it may assist in the defence of personal injury claims including those claims arising out of concussions and head injuries.
The Adjuster of the Future: How technology is changing the investigation process, and are insurers are preparing for the adjuster of the future. Paul and Glen will share their views on what skills the adjuster of the future will need.