Events/Releases

Ticker takes the stage for autism fundraiser

Toronto-area estates litigator and mediator Charles Ticker hits the stage with his band, The Faded Genes , on May 30 to raise money for autism. Read more

Urback to talk wills at upcoming CAGP event in Toronto

Toronto wills and estates lawyer Matthew Urback will discuss estate planning tips during the upcoming Leave a Legacy series. Read more

Corrente to speak at forum on campus sexual violence

Toronto employment and health lawyer Lisa Corrente will share her insights on investigating complaints of sexual violence at an upcoming Osgoode Professional Development forum. Read more

Learn strategies to manage property after death of a loved one

Toronto real estate and wills and estates lawyer Lisa Laredo will take part in an information session on how to handle the legal and financial complexities when a loved one passes away. Read more

Corrente to co-moderate CBA panel on ageism in health care

Toronto health lawyer Lisa Corrente will co-moderate a panel on age discrimination in health-care settings at the upcoming Canadian Bar Association National Health Law Summit. Read more

Bent to provide commentary at OBA 'Anatomy of a Trial' event

London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will share her insights on examining and cross-examining a plaintiff during the ‘Anatomy of a Trial: A Deeper Dive Into Jury Trials’ event later this month, presented by the Ontario Bar Association Insurance Law section. Read more

Bent to discuss ethical challenges in accident benefits practices at Osgoode event

London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will share her insights on ethical and professional issues in accident benefits practice at an upcoming event in Toronto, presented by Osgoode Professional Development. Read more

Rastin to share insights at Accident Benefits 2019

Barrie-area litigator Steve Rastin will be a guest panelist at Osgoode Professional Development’s Accident Benefits 2019: What’s New, What’s Important? Read more

Townsend to present keynote at International Women’s Day lunch

Toronto family lawyer and divorce recovery coach Leanne Townsend will be the keynote speaker at an empowerment luncheon to mark International Women’s Day. Read more

Samaroo to speak at Women's Day event on March 8

Toronto lawyer Sarita Samaroo will speak at an International Women's Day event at Staples in Toronto on March 8. Read more

Samaroo to speak at WIB panel at University of Guelph

Toronto real estate lawyer Sarita Samaroo will speak at a Women in Business panel in Toronto on March 6. Read more

Pope to host webinars on disability estate planning

Ottawa disabilities and estate planning lawyer Kenneth Pope is hosting webinars where he discusses special needs and disability estate planning. Read more

Upenieks to share insights on one-judge case management

Brampton civil litigator Edwin Upenieks will participate in an upcoming Ontario Bar Association (OBA) webinar to discuss the province’s one-judge civil case management pilot. Read more

Townsend to discuss self care at Total Mom show

Toronto family lawyer and divorce recovery coach Leanne Townsend will share her insights on the importance of self care and letting go of perfection at the Total Mom show. Read more

Bent to co-chair personal injury elder law session at 2019 OBA Institute

London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will co-chair a program on personal injury and elder law at the upcoming Ontario Bar Association (OBA) Institute in Toronto. Read more

Townsend to present at Toronto’s Elite Divorce Party

Toronto family lawyer and divorce recovery coach Leanne Townsend will share her insights on how to reinvent yourself and move forward after divorce at Toronto’s Elite Divorce Party. Read more

Pope to discuss estate planning for children with special needs

Ottawa disabilities and estate planning lawyer Kenneth Pope will host a webinar and Q&A session discussing estate planning for people with disabilities as well as provincial and federal benefits. Read more

Webinar to provide update on social host liability during holiday season

With the holiday season just around the corner, Toronto employment lawyers Kathryn Marshall and Mackenzie Irwin want to ensure that employers are aware of their responsibilities as social hosts. Read more

Cohen to discuss fertility law at upcoming U of T event

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen will speak about children’s rights versus donor rights at an upcoming event at the University of Toronto. Read more

Cohen to discuss reproductive, fertility law at LSO event

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen will speak about reproductive and fertility law at an upcoming Law Society of Ontario (LSO) event in Toronto. Read more