Be Careful What You Wish For! Excluding an Expert; Arguing Law at Trial & Efficient & Effective Trial Closings; Protecting the Trial from Appeal: Practical Tips | CPDonline.ca

Be Careful What You Wish For! Excluding an Expert; Arguing Law at Trial and Efficient & Effective Trial Closings; Protecting the Trial from Appeal: Practical Tips

Be Careful What You Wish For! Excluding an Expert; Arguing Law at Trial and Efficient & Effective Trial Closings; Protecting the Trial from Appeal: Practical Tips
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65 minutes
Presenter(s)
Joni Dobson
Peter Kryworuk
Andrew Murray
David Williams
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
65 minutes
Price
$99.00 plus tax
MLA 2017 Personal Injury conference
Includes Handouts

Be Careful What You Wish For! Excluding an Expert; Arguing Law at Trial and Efficient & Effective Trial Closings; Protecting the Trial from Appeal: Practical Tips presented by David Williams, Joni Dobson, Peter Kryworuk, and Andrew Murray.

Presenters

Joni Dobson

Joni became a partner at Legate & Associates in 2012 having joined the firm 6 years before. Her practice is restricted to serious personal injury disputes, with a particular focus on medical malpractice and motor vehicle collisions. She has represented injured people both at trial and on appeal. Joni believes that an injured person should have a strong advocate who will go the full distance when required to obtain fair results. From 2014 to 2016, Joni was the Chair of the Medical Malpractice section of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

Peter Kryworuk

Peter Kryworuk is a Partner at Lerners LLP and Leader of the firm’s Health Law Practice Group. He is certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has a wide civil litigation and appellate practice which includes medical and professional negligence, personal injury and insurance litigation, product liability litigation, commercial litigation and class action litigation. He has been included in the Best Lawyers in Canada since 2006 and was selected as their Lawyer of the Year – Health Care Law London/Windsor for 2016, Lawyer of the Year – Product Liability Law London/Windsor for 2017 and Lawyer of the Year – Class Action Litigation London/Windsor for 2018. He was selected as one of Canada’s leading Litigation Lawyers by Lexpert\Report on Business. He has been recognized by Lexpert as a leading lawyer in the areas in Medical Negligence, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Professional Liability and Commercial Insurance litigation. He was senior co-counsel for the plaintiffs in Anderson vs. St. Jude Medical, Canada’s first medical device product liability class action common issues trial. He has written and lectured extensively in his areas of practice. He obtained his LLB from the University of Windsor in 1982 and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1984. He is a member of the Board of The Advocates’ Society and has volunteered for many charities and community organizations including London Health Sciences Centre, London Health Sciences Foundation, London Community Foundation, Fanshawe College Foundation, Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and London Ukrainian Centre.

Andrew Murray

Andrew is a partner at Lerners LLP, where he is a member of the Plaintiff Personal Injury Practice Group and Appellate Law Group. He has been helping plaintiffs for over 20 years. He is certified by The Law Society of Upper Canada as a specialist in civil litigation. He is a member of The Advocates' Society and a past co-chair of The Advocates’ Society’s personal injury and insurance law practice group. Andrew is a Past President of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. He also maintains memberships in the Canadian Bar Association, the Medical-Legal Society of Toronto, The American Association of Justice, the Head Injury Association of London & District, and the Middlesex Law Association. Andrew’s focus is civil litigation, with an emphasis on motor vehicle, personal injury, and LTD litigation. He also maintains a small quasi-criminal law, practice, acting as defence counsel and often as a “prosecutor-for-hire” on behalf of municipalities for by-law and provincial offence prosecutions. Andrew is profiled in the Lexpert Canadian Legal Directory, being identified as a leading practitioner in personal injury.

David Williams

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