Motor Vehicle Tort Litigation in Ontario: Critical Updates (Archived Video Stream) 

Apr. 3, 2013
Toronto Online

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 3, 2013.  This video also includes the Live Q&A session from the Summer Institute Webcast Replay from August 26, 2013.

In the past year, Ontario courts have heard many significant motor vehicle accident cases. To ensure you stay on top of this evolving case law, view this video and learn about recent cases interpreting the statutory conditions in auto policies and developments in the ever evolving threshold analysis. Hear about costs issues we commonly face in auto cases and the impact of the reduced availability of accident benefits on tort cases post-Bill 34/10 and Bill 36/10 and gain critical strategies on dealing with bad faith claims.

Program Chairs:

Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, , Hughes Amys LLP
Christina Polano,Thomas Gold Pettingill LLP


Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs

What’s New in Threshold Case Law?
Samantha Iturregui, Kelly Santini LLP - Ottawa

Update on Claims of Bad Faith – Panel Discussion
Moderator: Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, Hughes Amys LLP
Panel: Meghan Hull Jacquin, Howie Sacks & Henry LLP
Elliott Zeitz, Laxton Glass LLP

Statutory Conditions in Auto Policies: Recent Case Law Update
Christina Polano, Thomas Gold Pettingill LLP

Plaintiff and Defence Perspectives on the Deductibility of Collateral Benefits, Advance Payments and the Impact of Bill 34/10 and Bill 36/10 (reduced availability of accident benefits on tort cases) – Panel Discussion
Moderator: Ian Gold, Thomas Gold Pettingill LLP
Panel: Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, Hughes Amys LLP
Patrick Brown, McLeish Orlando LLP

Recent Statements by the Courts on the Law of Costs
Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, Hughes Amys LLP

Question Period and Concluding Remarks from the Co-Chairs


printPrint     Bookmark and Share

    Viewer Specifications for Webcast
    Adobe Flash Player 11.0+ Test
    Adobe Acrobat Reader 10.0+
    High-speed internet connection Test
    Modern web browser, e.g. Internet Explorer 8+

    For 1 to 3 Participants
    CBA Member: $145*
    Non-Member: $185*

    For 4 or more Participants
    CBA Member: $195*
    Non-Member: $250*
    E-Materials included in the registration fee
    *plus applicable taxes

    Not attending the program?
    The materials for this program are available to purchase on our Publications Store.  To order the materials for this program please click here.



Ontario Bar Association
Tele: (416) 869-1047
Toll-free in Ontario