Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases: Proving Your Case & Protecting Your Vulnerable Client’s Interests. Choosing & Instructing Experts in Traumatic Injury Cases: How to Avoid Having Your Expert’s Testimony Ruled Inadmissible | CPDonline.ca

Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases: Proving Your Case & Protecting Your Vulnerable Client’s Interests. Choosing and Instructing Experts in Traumatic Injury Cases: How to Avoid Having Your Expert’s Testimony Ruled Inadmissible

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30 minutes
Published
2022
Presenter(s)
Paul McGivern
Source
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
30 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax

Paul McGivern presents Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases: Proving Your Case & Protecting Your Vulnerable Client’s Interests and Choosing and Instructing Experts in Traumatic Injury Cases: How to Avoid Having Your Expert’s Testimony Ruled Inadmissible.

Presenters

Paul McGivern

Well known in the medical legal community, Paul McGivern QC is a senior litigator who acts exclusively in plaintiff’s medical negligence and infant injury litigation cases. For the     past 35 years, his practice has been focused on complex catastrophic cases, especially infant birth trauma cases. Paul is one of the founding members of the Birth Injury Lawyers Alliance of Canada.  He has been a member of the Western Canadian Medical Malpractice Association since its inception.

Paul brings to his practice a unique background of 17 years as a medical malpractice defence counsel which provides him with unique insights into defence strategies and approaches.  He has been involved in hundreds of medical malpractice claims involving a myriad of complex medical and legal issues. He has litigated numerous high-profile precedent setting cases. In his career he has appeared as a lead counsel before every court level in British Columbia and also in the Supreme Court of Canada.

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