Civil Litigation: Lessons from El-Khodr; The Court of Appeal Tackles the Challenging Concept of Causation; 2018 Update on Key Case Law Relating to Limitations Issues. | CPDonline.ca

Civil Litigation: Lessons from El-Khodr; The Court of Appeal Tackles the Challenging Concept of Causation; 2018 Update on Key Case Law Relating to Limitations Issues.

Civil Litigation: Lessons from El-Khodr; The Court of Appeal Tackles the Challenging Concept of Causation; 2018 Update on Key Case Law Relating to Limitations Issues.
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Credits
Substantive: 1.0
55 minutes
Published
2018
Presenter(s)
Kris Dixon
Roberto Ghignone
Tracy Lyle
Source
Frontenac Law Association (FLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
55 minutes
Price
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Tracy Lyle, Roberto Ghignone, and Kris Dixon discuss the following topics:

  • Lessons from El-Khodr: Including Do We Still Deduct Apples From Apples
  • Cause for Concern: The Court of Appeal Tackles the Challenging Concept of Causation
  • Take it to the Limit? 2018 Update on Key Case Law Relating to Limitations Issues.       

Presenters

Kris Dixon

The focus of Kris’ practice at Cavanagh LLP is professional liability and insurance law. He spends the better part of his day working with (and sometimes against) insurance companies. His insurance practice is a wide ambit of professional liability, property and casualty files. Kris has also helped people who have been hurt in motor vehicle accidents, assaults, drug overdoses and slip and falls. In a life that has included stints as a psych-undergrad, disc jockey, foreign ESL teacher in Korea, restaurant server, and software peddler, Kris’ background is ‘quilted’. Kris is addicted to talk radio—a long-time-listener-first-time-caller. He runs in traffic and marathons. His main pastime is playing with pots and pans and practicing parkour in the kitchen with daughter, Franky, and son Fox.

Roberto Ghignone

Tracy Lyle

Tracy is a partner at Huckabone OBrien Instance Bradley & Lyle in Pembroke. She received her LLB from University of Ottawa in 1995 (Summa Cum Laude) Silver Medallist and was called to Bar in 1997. She practices in the field of plaintiff’s personal injury, employment law and insurance matters. Tracy has served as President of Renfrew County Law Association and a Deputy Judge in Ontario Small Claims Court. She was a past appointee to Chief Justice of Ontario’s Committee on Professionalism and Civility in the Practice of Law as well as a past editorial member of the Litigator. She is active in a number of community projects and frequent contributor to legal education conferences. Outside of the law, Tracy enjoys running, travelling and her three sons.

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