Practice Part 1. Remote Work Wellness Issues; Practical Technology Issues Facing Solicitors Working Remotely; How to Deal with Clients not Revealing the Entire Truth | CPDonline.ca

Practice Part 1. Remote Work Wellness Issues; Practical Technology Issues Facing Solicitors Working Remotely; How to Deal with Clients not Revealing the Entire Truth

Practice Part 1. Remote Work Wellness Issues; Practical Technology Issues Facing Solicitors Working Remotely; How to Deal with Clients not Revealing the Entire Truth
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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 1.0
1 hour
Substantive: 0.25
15 minutes
Published
2021
Presenter(s)
Doron Gold
Julia Heintzman
Susanne Sviergula
Dorota Turlejski
Eli Udell
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
75 minutes
Price
$109.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Doron Gold, Dorota Turlejski, Eli Udell, Susanne Sviergula, and Julia Heintzman present:

Practice Part 1

  • Remote Work Wellness Issues
  • Practical Technology Issues Facing Solicitors Working Remotely
  • How to Deal with Clients not Revealing the Entire Truth

Presenters

Doron Gold

Doron Gold is a Staff Clinician at Homewood Health, the provider of the Ontario legal profession's Member Assistance Program. He is a Registered Social Worker, Certified Professional Coach and psychotherapist, as well as having previously practiced law for 10 years, primarily as a family and civil litigator. Prior to working at Homewood Health, Doron spent almost 7 years working at the Ontario Lawyers’ Assistance Program (OLAP). Doron assists lawyers, paralegals, law students, judges and their immediate family members with personal and professional issues such as addiction, depression, anxiety and career stress. Doron’s role at Homewood Health includes psychotherapy with clients, assisting with the ongoing management of Homewood’s peer volunteer program as well as providing workshops and presentations to various groups in the community. Doron has written and been quoted extensively in publications such as Lawyers’ Weekly, Law Times, Canadian Lawyer and LawPro Magazine on various topics related to lawyer distress and wellness. As well, Doron writes a regular bi-monthly “Lawyer Therapist” column in Law Times. Doron has been asked to speak to various groups throughout Ontario on topics as varied as Work-Life Balance, Lawyer Stress 101, Retirement, Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue. He is the co-author of the Canadian Bar Association’s “Mental Health and Wellness in the Legal Profession” online course and is the recipient of the 2016 CBA Wellness Forum Award of Excellence.

Julia Heintzman

Susanne Sviergula

Susanne Sviergula is a partner at Cavanagh LLP whose practice is focused on professional liability, insurance defence and employment law, acting for both institutional and individual clients. A graduate of both the University of Ottawa and the University of Windsor, she was called to the bar in 2001. Susanne has been an active member of the County of Carleton Law Association, the Advocates’ Society and the Ontario Bar Association throughout her career. She is also a regular volunteer at Law Help Ontario. One of her proudest accomplishments however is having run both the 2016 and 2017 Boston Marathon (with a not so secret desire of making it a hat trick in the future).

Dorota Turlejski

Eli Udell

Eli Udell is known for his constructive advice and personal attention to clients. Called to the Ontario Bar in 2007, he is highly adept in a range of areas, including freehold and condominium land development, commercial financing and acquisitions, and a broad spectrum of real estate transactions. He is skilled in investigating the issue and finding timely solutions. Originally from Windsor, Ontario, Eli is sharply focused on his practice and maximizing efficiencies at Merovitz Potechin LLP by adopting new technology. He is a devoted husband and father who supports a range of charities in Ottawa, including The United Way and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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