Solicitor-Client Privilege: The Law and Best Practices for Corporate Counsel (Archived Video Stream) 

Sep. 23, 2013
Toronto Online

Solicitor-Client Privilege: The Law and Best Practices for Corporate Counsel
CCCA Ontario Chapter| Original Program Date: September 23, 2013

The solicitor-client privilege and client confidentiality are “fundamental rights” in the legal landscape and have been given “quasi-constitutional” status. How do you determine whether a communication is privileged and how long it stays that way? What factors result in the loss of privilege? What must you do? Attend this engaging program, especially for in-house counsel, to clarify the law, best practices and your role and responsibilities and make sense of the grey areas.


Anthony M.C. Alexander, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Cettina Cornish, Counsel, Licensing and Accreditation, The Law Society of Upper Canada
Stephen Scholtz, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Litigation and Employment Law, CIBC

With special remarks from Stephen Rotstein, VP, Policy & Enforcement & General Counsel, Financial Planning Standards Council, President, CCCA Ontario Chapter.

Program Chairs

Laila Brabander, Associate Vice President and Canadian Zone Specialty Claim Manager, Chubb Insurance Company of Canada
Tanya Chow, Barrister & Solicitor
Julia S. Shin Doi, General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Governors, Ryerson University


Sponsored By

McCarthy Tetrault


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    For 1 to 3 Participants
    CBA Member: $50*
    Non-Member: $80*

    For 4 or more Participants
    CBA Member: $75*
    Non-Member: $145*
    *plus applicable taxes



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