Health sector privacy officer training offered this spring

Back by popular demand, Toronto health law firm Dykeman Dewhirst O’Brien LLP is offering three days of health sector privacy officer training, featuring 20 hours of intensive instruction from leading legal educators in the field. Read more

Dykeman, Rosen to co-chair Osgoode healthcare privacy program

Toronto health lawyers Mary Jane Dykeman and Lonny Rosen will chair the upcoming 2016 Legal Guide to Privacy and Information Management in Healthcare program, run by Osgoode Professional Development. Read more

DivorceMate offering spring 2016 training programs across Ontario

Canadian legal software supplier DivorceMate Software Inc. will host a series of training sessions across Ontario this spring, exploring basic, intermediate and advanced tools within its program as well as the DivorceMate Forms One and Precedents One software, says president of DivorceMate Software Inc., Michael Perlman. Read more

Neeson to discuss state of court reporting profession

Kim Neeson , founder and president of Neesons Court Reporting , will take part in a panel discussion on the state of the court reporting industry at an upcoming conference, hosted by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA). Neeson is also the chair of the conference, which brings together court reporting firm owners from around the world. Read more

Session to explore impact of social media on branding

Toronto intellectual property lawyer Taras Kulish will share his thoughts on how social media has affected our preconceptions of what a brand or design should be, at an upcoming program hosted by the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Read more

Kulish to discuss charity law at Ukrainian-Canadian trade show

Toronto charity/not-for-profit lawyer Taras Kulish is set to share his expertise on charity law with attendees at the upcoming Ukrainian-Canadian Business & Professional Trade Show, he tells Read more

Popovic-Montag to speak at OBA estates, family law event

Toronto estates and trusts lawyer Suzana Popovic-Montag will share her thoughts on the role of arbitration in estates matters at an upcoming program presented by the Ontario Bar Association (OBA), she tells Read more

Hull to speak at LSUC primer on mediation for litigators

Toronto trusts and estates litigator Ian Hull will speak at an upcoming Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) program, aimed at providing litigators with a primer on mediation, he tells Read more

TLA event to focus on mediation strategies

The Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA) is hosting an upcoming continuing professional development (CPD) program, aimed at helping lawyers make the most of their next mediation, the association tells Read more

Cohen to discuss fertility law issues at BC CLE course

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen will share her expertise on the law around fertility and assisted reproductive technologies at an upcoming course in Vancouver, presented by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, she tells Read more

Dewhirst to present at Osgoode Certificate in Health Law

Toronto health lawyer Kate Dewhirst will share her expertise in information, privacy and risk management in health care as part of the faculty at this year’s Osgoode Certificate in Health Law, hosted by Osgoode Professional Development, she tells Read more

Williams to speak at Workplace Rights & Accommodations Forum

Toronto-area employment lawyer Laura Williams will share tips and tools for preventing human rights violations in the workplace at the upcoming Workplace Rights & Accommodations Forum 2016, presented by Insight. Read more

Huberman to chair Law Society arbitration primer

Toronto mediator and arbitrator Marvin J. Huberman will chair an upcoming primer on arbitration for litigators, presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada, he tells Read more

Event explores ethics, cross-examination in criminal law

The Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA) will host an upcoming program aimed at instructing criminal lawyers on how to zealously represent a client, while remaining within the rules of professional and legal conduct, Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells . Read more

McLeish to co-chair annual guide to motor vehicle litigation

Toronto critical injury lawyer John McLeish will co-chair the annual Law Society program outlining the latest developments and recommended practices in personal injury motor vehicle litigation. Read more

CPD event to focus on drafting to minimize litigation risks

An upcoming continuing professional development program presented by the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA) will address the key areas in corporate documents that often lead to litigation, and provide corporate and litigation lawyers with tips on how to minimize these risks. Read more

Rosen to discuss consent, capacity at Osgoode Certificate in Health Law

Toronto health lawyer Lonny Rosen will share his expertise on consent and capacity issues as he joins the faculty at this year’s Osgoode Certificate in Health Law, hosted by Osgoode Professional Development. Read more

Kirsh to co-chair program on resolving estate disputes

Toronto estate litigator Felice Kirsh is set to co-chair an upcoming program on managing, mediating and litigating estate disputes, presented by Osgoode Professional Development. Read more

Seminar to discuss benefits of arbitrating small commercial disputes

On March 24, professional development portal CPD On-Time will offer a seminar and webcast on ‘Arbitrating Small Commercial Disputes,’ featuring discussions on the many practical advantages of choosing arbitration over litigation for disputes under $100,000. Read more

Panel to discuss legal issues raised in The Practice

On March 7, Hamilton criminal lawyer Jeffrey Manishen will join fellow speakers to explore interesting legal questions that were raised in three episodes of The Practice, at an event hosted by Beth Jacob Synagogue. Read more