Litigation Minefields: Tax, Estates, Criminal, and, Other Unanticipated Issues (Archived Video Stream) 

Feb. 2, 2016
Toronto Online

Institute

Litigation Minefields: Tips from Tax, Estates, Criminal, and, Other Unanticipated Issues
Civil Litigation
Original Program Date: February 2, 2016

If you're a lawyer with a general litigation practice you may sometimes feel like you embody the adage "Jack (or Jill) of all trades, master of none" as complex legal issues and intricate fact patterns often  require an alertness to other practice areas.  Unanticipated issues, particularly in the areas of tax, estates, privacy and  criminal,  frequently affect litigation strategy, influence the parties' decision making and add administrative hoops to otherwise straight-forward cases. Lawyers who recognize potential minefields and know how to avoid them (or know when to call in others with specialized expertise) draft better pleadings, put together well structured settlements and deliver better service to their clients. 

Whether you practice on your own or are in a large or small firm, have just started practicing or are looking for a refresher, experienced counsel will help you spot the unanticipated issues that arise in areas of law that often impact litigation and that may have changed since you last dealt with them. 

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Andrea Sanche, Ricketts Harris LLP
Barry Weintraub, Rueters LLP

AGENDA

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    Cost
    For 1 to 3 Participants
    CBA Member: $175*
    Non-Member: $225*

    For 4 or more Participants
    CBA Member: $245*
    Non-Member: $315*
    E-Materials included in the registration fee
    *plus applicable taxes

 

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