Gone in 60 Seconds, The Duty of Care & Car Thieves (Rankin (Rankin’s Garage & Sales) v. J.J.); The Waiting Game & s. 5(1)(a)(iv) of the Limitations Act, 2002; Protecting Your “Privates”: An Update on Privilege | CPDonline.ca

Gone in 60 Seconds, The Duty of Care and Car Thieves (Rankin (Rankin’s Garage & Sales) v. J.J.); The Waiting Game and s. 5(1)(a)(iv) of the Limitations Act, 2002; Protecting Your “Privates”: An Update on Privilege

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45 minutes
Kris Dixon
Calum MacLeod
Jeff Saikaley
Mike Van Dusen
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
45 minutes
$89.00 plus tax
Annual Civil Litigation Conference 2018
Includes Handouts

Jeff Saikaley, Mike Van Dusen, Kris Dixon, and Justice Calum MacLeod discuss the following topics:

  • Gone in 60 Seconds, The Duty of Care and Car Thieves (Rankin (Rankin’s Garage & Sales) v. J.J.)
  • The Waiting Game and s. 5(1)(a)(iv) of the Limitations Act, 2002
  • Protecting Your “Privates”: An Update on Privilege


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.

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.

Jeff Saikaley

Jeff is proud to serve as a Co-Chair of the “Trembello” Planning Committee. Jeff received his LL.B. at the University of Ottawa (programme de common law français) in 2001 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2002. In January, 2012, Jeff co-founded the bilingual litigation boutique CazaSaikaley s.r.l./LLP. Jeff practices general civil litigation in both official languages, with an emphasis on commercial litigation, defamation and employment law. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his two young boys Maxwell and Felix, playing poker and ball hockey.

Mike Van Dusen

Michael is the founding partner of the firm since 2001. Prior to that, Michael practiced at Burke-Robeertson LLP from 1997 – 2001, and Goldberg Shinder from 1986 – 1997. Michael practices in both English and French. From 2001 – 2005, he was a part-time member of the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal. He is a member of the CCLA, the Canadian Defence Lawyers, the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association. Michael is a member of the Board of Directors of the Caldwell Family Centre since 2012. In 2006, Michael was a joint recipient of the Gordon F. Henderson Award from the CCLA, for outstanding charitable work and community service as a member of “The Verdict”.

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