Events

2018 Spring Conference

Post Conference materials

  • Tab 7 - How to Keep the Bad Defence Experts Out of Your Case - Burton, Jonathan
  • PPT Presentations
    • Burton, Jonathan -  How to Keep the Bad Defence Experts Out of Your Case
    • Dabirian, Mahsa - Causation - When 'But For' Test is Unworkable
    • Drummond, Alan - Liability of the Emergency Room Doctor
    • Hayward, David - Running the Defensible Case Trial
    • Hooper, Robert -  Cross Examination - a Genetic Gift or a Learned Skill
    • Jackson, Chris -  Strategic Planning for Post June 2016 Changes
    • Khami, Mana - Post Unjury Job Loss
    • Lester, Dan - Get Out - How to Esacape from the Minor Injury Guideline
    • Macgillivray, Duncan - Top 10 AB 2018 MVA
    • Macgillivray, Duncan - What's New in CAT
    • Meehan, Eugene - Expert Evidence Post Saadati v. Moorehead
    • Mullett, Ada - Law Clerk v. Counselor
    • Newton, Justice Danial - Do’s and Don’ts for Effective Pretrials
    • van Reekum, Rob - Diagnosing Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Vigmond, James - Framing Your Case to Deal with Jury Bias Against Personal Injury

 

Conference Program 
 

Conference Materials – Single PDF Document 

Conference Materials – Individual PDF Papers 


Additional Materials

  • Precedents
  • Case Law
  • Professionalism Webinar |  Client Attraction and the Perfect Practice


Howe, Russ - Appendix


Appendices & Papers (not included in printed binder)

  • Murray, Andrew - Tabs B - O  (800 plus pages)
  • Dorey, Casey - Tabs A - E
  • Tab 4 - Suing the Broker or Insurer for Failure to Advise of Optional Accident - Hillyer Laura
  • Tab 14 - Medical Malpractice in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Strokes It’s All About - Breedon Ryan
  • Tab 21 - Key Evidentiary Challeges in Personal Injury (and Other) Trials - Shekter Richard


How to Access Digital Conference Materials at the links above

Step 1 - Click on your desired format and wait for the .zip file to download.

Step 2 - Open your Downloads folder and locate the respective .zip file. Right-click on the file and select Extract All. Then select a destination to save the files on your computer.

Step 3 – Enter the password provided in the Download Conference Materials email and click OK.

Step 4 - Once you have saved the extracted files, you no longer need the zip file or the password to view the documents.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

We strongly suggest downloading and extracting files prior to attending the conference as there will be limited bandwidth available at the event.

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