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Caught on Tape: Surreptitious Recordings; Coffee Talk with Calum: The RSJ Update

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30 minutes
Robin Brown
Ruba El-Sayegh
Calum MacLeod
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
30 minutes
$99.00 plus tax
2023 Civil Litigation Updated Conference
Includes Handouts

Ruba El-Sayegh presents Surreptitious Recordings, and Regional Senior Justice Calum MacLeod presents Coffee Talk with Calum: The RSJ Update


Robin Brown

Robin Brown is a lawyer at Cavanagh LLP. Her practice is devoted to insurance defence including defending professional liability claims.  While she currently lives in Ottawa, she grew up in the 1000 Islands and still considers the Village of Athens home.

Ruba El-Sayegh

Ruba El-Sayegh is a partner in the Advocacy Group of Gowling WLG. Her practice focuses on civil litigation as well as regulatory/administrative law, with an emphasis on health law, medical defence, and professional liability. Ruba regularly assists physicians, psychologists, physiotherapists, and dental hygienists (among other regulated health professionals) with college investigations, professional fitness to practice and disciplinary proceedings, and hospital board proceedings. Ruba also practises in embassy law, where she serves as outside general counsel to foreign missions, ambassadors, and diplomats to Canada. In this role, she advises clients on Canadian laws and regulations, diplomatic and consular law, state immunity, and private international law.

Master Calum MacLeod

A frequent speaker at the civil litigation conference, Mr. Justice Calum MacLeod has been a judge of the Superior Court of Justice since June of 2016 and had been a master in that court since November of 2008. He is a graduate of Queen’s University (B.A., 1977 and LL.B., 1980) and was called to the bar in 1983. Prior to his appointment as a master, he practiced civil litigation and dispute resolution and had extensive experience as a neutral. He had been a mediator, arbitrator, fact finder and deputy judge. Over the course of his career as a judicial officer, Justice MacLeod authored many decisions concerning discovery, production and civil procedure and has heard scores of summary judgment motions. He case manages complex commercial cases and class actions. Justice MacLeod has a keen interest in court reform and legal education and has served on many committees and working groups including Sedona Canada and the civil rules committee. He is frequently called upon to speak to lawyers and judges in Ontario and in other jurisdictions.

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