When Teraview Meets Construction Law and Other Nuts and Bolts (Archived Video Stream) 

Apr. 26, 2013
Toronto Online

ARCHIVED VIDEO STREAM
This is the archived version of a program presented on April 26, 2013.

Although the Construction Lien Act (Ontario) only contains 88 sections, keeping abreast of current cases, court procedures and Land Registry Office practices can be a full time job. Save valuable billable time by viewing this video which will bring you up to date quickly and will give you the practical tools you need to navigate this complex piece of legislation. You will leave with suggestions on how to modify your pleadings, strategies for avoiding claims and hidden traps within the legislation and underlying case law, updates for your practice and procedures to reflect current legal and procedural trends and much more.

Program Chairs:

David Debenham, McMillan LLP - Ottawa
Sandra Astolfo, Torkin Manes LLP

AGENDA

Welcome from the Program Chair

How Criminal Law Restraint and Forfeiture Orders Can Affect Construction Liens
Ted Rotenberg, Burstein & Greenglass LLP

How to Update Your Pleadings in Light of Recent Caselaw
Joe Cosentino, Goodmans LLP

Not Just Deadlines: Common Errors and Traps to Avoid in Lien Retainers
Brendan Bowles, Glaholt LLP

Sheltering “Under My Umbrella”: A Case Comment on Deslaurier v Le Groupe Brigil
Karen Groulx, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP

Keeping You and LawPro at Arm’s Length
David Debenham, McMillan LLP - Ottawa

Just When You Think You Had it All Figured Out: Lien Practice Across Ontario
Marcia Oliver, Advocates LLP - London

A New Twist on E-Reg: Problems with Vacating/Discharging/Releasing Claims for Lien/Liens
Roger Gillott, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Question Period and Concluding Remarks

 

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