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Campion on Advanced Civil Litigation and Arbitration. Part 4. Statutory Actions

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30 minutes
Substantive: 1.5
110 minutes
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
Ian Blue
Alex Cameron
John Campion
Antonio Di Domenico
Jon Levin
Paul Schabas
Source
John Campion
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
140 minutes
Price
$139.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Quality mentorship is hard to come by in the legal profession these days. Especially for young civil litigators, getting trained by someone who has not only been to trial but to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada is rare.

Such a mentor has designed this program.

As counsel in over 300 reported cases, John Campion has litigated in courts and tribunals across Canada – at all levels. With over 20 years of teaching experience and 40 years of mentoring lawyers, John’s students have gone on to public service, the Court of Appeal, Trial Division, head legal departments and manage law firms.

In this 8-module program, you will be taught a three-step system to understand any area of law quickly: Analysis, Process and Strategy.

Drawing on an eclectic combination of jurisprudence, law, process and everyday wisdom, John and his faculty of leading judges and practitioners will unpack each step. Upon successful completion of the program, you will become a better advocate for your clients!

More about John A Campion: Retired Partner and Chair at Fasken (’74 to ’17), Adjunct Professor at Osgoode and Toronto, Emeritus Bencher, President of the Federation of Law Societies, and currently a Partner at Gardiner Roberts LLP.

Presenters

Ian Blue Counsel

Ian A. Blue, Q.C. is a senior counsel and advisor on energy and regulatory law, administrative-law, business-law and constitutional-law issues. He has appeared before all levels of courts in Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia and the Yukon and before both levels of the Federal Court. He also has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada. In addition, he has appeared numerous times before the National Energy Board, the Ontario Energy Board, the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board, arbitration panels and many other regulatory bodies.

Alex Cameron Partner

Alex Cameron is leader of the firm’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Group. Clients from all sectors, including numerous Fortune 100 and 500 companies, consistently turn to Alex for his recognized leading expertise in privacy, cybersecurity and related matters.

Clients work closely with Alex to achieve business objectives through the innovative use of personal information, while ensuring compliance and managing risk. From big data projects, to marketing initiatives, to workplace management, Alex helps clients to identify and implement creative solutions to all manner of privacy issues. He also assists clients in managing compliance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL).

Working closely with clients and outside security experts, Alex assists clients in managing cybersecurity risks, conducting strategic risk assessments, and implementing effective governance, risk transfer and incident response planning.

Alex has helped clients respond to a full range of data breach incidents involving millions of affected records and individuals, including some of Canada’s most high-profile breaches. Clients have looked to Alex to help effectively investigate and respond to significant matters such as:

  • Cyber extortion in the context information theft, DDoS attacks and ransomware
  • Large-scale ransomware attacks
  • Sophisticated hacking, malware and phishing attacks
  • Lost and stolen laptops, drives and paper information
  • Business practice claims (e.g. alleged misuse of information for commercial purposes)
  • Data breaches impacting payment cards and PCI rules
  • Careless, snooping and rogue employees
  • Vendor and service provider breaches

An accomplished litigator, Alex has acted as lead counsel in landmark cases in his areas of practice, before all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and in high-profile class action litigation involving cybersecurity and data breaches.

In the freedom of information field, Alex assists clients with strategic requests to obtain material information for business or legal purposes, and with resisting the disclosure of important confidential information before institutions, regulators and the courts.

A longstanding director on the Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Canada, former Chair of the Canadian Bar Association Privacy and Access Law Section, and recipient of a doctoral degree in privacy law, Alex has contributed to thought leadership and the shaping of privacy and related law and policy in Canada.

In recognition of his expertise, Alex has received a number of prestigious commissions from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) to author reports and guidance material, including , PIPEDA and Your Practice — A Privacy Handbook for Lawyers, a national privacy handbook for the legal profession; Leading by Example: Key Developments in the First Seven Years of PIPEDA, a milestone privacy law report, and Metadata and Privacy: A Technical and Legal Overview.

Alex is consistently ranked in Chambers Canada and The Best Lawyers in Canada as one of Canada’s top privacy and data protection lawyers. He was also named as the 2018 Toronto Privacy and Data Security Law “Lawyer of the Year”.

John Campion Partner

John Campion has been a force within the Canadian legal community throughout his career. He has been involved in many of the cases that have defined the interaction between Canadian business and law for four decades, from gold mines to boardrooms, from oil fields to isotopes. He has served as an Emeritus Bencher and Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada, President of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, President of the Empire Club of Canada, chair of the Audit Committee of the CBC, counsel to two Prime Ministers and much more, serving everyone from heads of state to underprivileged children during a storied career.

John Campion is nationally and internationally recognized (Chambers, Best Lawyers, Lexpert, International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell) as one of Canada’s leading senior trial, appeal and arbitration counsel. He has been an elected Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2000 and was President of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, representing Canada’s 100,000 lawyers nationally and internationally. He has been active in his community: President of The Empire Club of Canada, counsel to the Director of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and an adjunct professor of law, Toronto and Osgoode. He is an author of Professional Liability in Canada and publishes and lectures broadly throughout Canada and internationally.

Antonio Di Domenico Partner

Tony Di Domenico is a Partner and Co-Leader of the firm’s Antitrust/Competition & Marketing Group. As former counsel to Canada’s Commissioner of Competition (Department of Justice Canada) and having served as counsel in many of Canada’s most significant competition matters, Tony is widely recognized as one of Canada’s leading practitioners in competition law and litigation.

Tony represents and counsels clients in domestic and multi-jurisdictional competition matters, including mergers, criminal cartel matters, advertising and marketing practices, abuse of dominance and other reviewable practices. Tony represents parties in criminal and civil investigations, litigated proceedings before Canada’s Competition Tribunal and class action litigation. Tony has extensive trial and appellate experience, having appeared as counsel before Canada’s Competition Tribunal, all levels of court in Ontario, the Federal Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.

While with the Department of Justice (2014-2016), Tony directly advised the Commissioner of many of the Competition Bureau’s high-profile cases. In this role, Tony represented the Commissioner in complaints and investigations, enforcement matters, the review of mergers, major litigated proceedings and the negotiation of remedies and orders. Tony also secured numerous production orders/subpoenas on behalf of the Commissioner and advised on Competition Bureau enforcement guidelines and competition policy matters.

Tony is the author of the leading legal treatise, Competition Enforcement and Litigation in Canada (Emond Publishing). Tony is an adjunct law professor at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, where he teaches competition law and trial advocacy. Tony is a non-governmental adviser to the International Competition Network, a network of the world's competition authorities that promotes effective global antitrust enforcement. Tony is active in the leadership of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Competition Law Section, having served as Chair of the Criminal Matters Committee and currently serving as a Vice-Chair of the Mergers Committee. Tony is also active in the leadership of the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law, currently serving as a Vice-Chair of the Consumer Protection Committee. Tony is a past chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s Class Action Section and currently sits on the Bench and Bar Class Action Liaison Committee in the Province of Ontario.

Tony’s community work includes serving on the board of directors of York University, the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Ontario and the Hockey Association for the Developmentally Challenged.

Jon Levin Partner

Jon Levin has an unmatched reputation for providing top-level advice.  An advocate of exemplary client service, Jon has acted as lead counsel in high profile financings, takeovers and restructuring transactions.  In the corporate governance area, Jon has advised special committees and has provided strategic guidance on board procedures and the implementation of governance polices in response to new legislation and developments.

Internationally recognized for his expertise, Jon has been ranked by leading legal directories, including Chambers Global and Chambers Canada, Who’s Who Legal, and Lexpert.  Jon was also named as one of Canada’s most creative lawyers by the National Post and Lexpert magazine due to his ability to bring new perspectives to both legal and business-related situations.  International Financial Law Review states that he is highly regarded for his “understanding of the client’s business,” Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Banking Lawyers have also branded him a leading expert in Canadian banking and insolvency law.

Jon has served as a director of a number of public and private companies, and has served as an advisory panel member to equity investment funds.  He was a member of the board of directors and audit committee of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and serves as a member of the board of Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada.  He has been retained by numerous financial institutions and other clients as an expert witness in relation to certain legal and banking practices.

Jon has been involved in numerous continuing legal education programs sponsored by organizations including the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, Federated Press, Insight Professional Conferences, and the Canadian Institute.  He is the recipient of a Dedicated Service Award from the Canadian Bar Association – Ontario.  Jon is often quoted by leading media outlets, Jon has provided thoughtful insights on market trends to The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Business News Network, Lexpert Magazine and Law Times.

Paul Schabas Judge

Paul Schabas is widely recognized as one of Canada’s pre-eminent trial and appellate counsel. He represents clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitrations, and criminal, competition, tax and regulatory matters, including professional regulation.

Over the past 25 years, Paul has developed a reputation as one of Canada's leading media and constitutional lawyers, arguing many cases before the Supreme Court of Canada. He is regularly sought after for strategic advice involving sensitive reputational issues and has significant experience as a mediator and adjudicator. Paul is also a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.

From 2016  to 2018, Paul was the elected treasurer (president) of the Law Society of Ontario, the governing body for Ontario's 50,000 lawyers. He is the second Blakes partner to have held the position, the first being the Firm’s founder, Edward Blake. Prior to being elected treasurer, Paul served as a bencher (director) of the Law Society for nine years.

Paul is a past-chair of the Law Foundation of Ontario and a past-president of the Canadian Media Lawyers Association and Pro Bono Law Ontario. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto, sits on numerous boards, and writes and speaks frequently on media, constitutional and other legal issues, in Canada and abroad.

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