Annual Fall Conference
The OTLA Code: Standards of Conduct for Excellence
Enhancing the practice of personal injury litigation - together.
The OTLA Code represents a new and valuable tool for OTLA members as we strive to uphold important professional and ethical values.
Want more information about OTLA committees and initiatives? Want to contribute your writing skills to OTLA publications?
Contact the OTLA membership team for details!
OTLA makes several recommendations to the Law Society in response to the Working Group report tabled at Convocation in June 2016. This submission builds on our previous submission to the Law Society on this matter in October 2015.
OTLA affirms, as stated in the rules, that ads must be accurate and true and that all marketing must be in the best interest of the public. Active and timely enforcement of those rules is crucial.
The Diversified Personal Injury Lawyer
In a world of technological advances, shifting duties, and increasing vulnerabilities, personal injury lawyers need to broaden their knowledge, skill, and practice more than ever. This program is here to help.
The keynote speaker will be American Trial Lawyer Chris Messerly, Robins Kaplan LLP, who will present "How Trial Lawyers Turned a Deadly Man-Made Catastrophe into Justice and Public Safety: The Minneapolis Interstate Bridge Collapse".
How to Choose the Best Car Seat for Your Child
Parents carefully consider where their child will attend school or daycare and make every effort to ensure that they are in a safe learning environment.
However, parents should also turn their minds to the safety of their child’s commute and take the same care in selecting a car seat.
OTLA wins MTO Safety Award, Insurers Reduce Benefits with HST
The latest MPP Advisor was distributed on September 19th. This edition focused on a recent Ministry of Transportation award that we received for our Helmets on Kids program.
The newsletter also highlighted our concern with insurance companies disregarding clear direction from FSCO by including HST as part of benefit limits.