When is a proceeding appropriate? / Summary Judgment case comment / Practical implications of summary judgment case above

When is a proceeding appropriate? / Summary Judgment

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Credits
Substantive: 1.25
Published
2016
Presenter(s)
Kelly Clark Tranquilli
Daniel Macdonald
John Nicholson
Shauna Powell
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
85 minutes
Price
$109.00 plus tax
MLA Tenth Annual Personal Injury Conference
Includes Handouts
  • When is a proceeding appropriate? The Court of Appeal expands the role of s. 5(1)(iv) of the Limitations Act
  • Summary Judgment case comment
  • Practical implications of summary judgment case above

Presenters

Kelly Clark Tranquilli

Daniel Macdonald

John Nicholson

Shauna Powell

SHAUNA K. POWELL is an

Adjunct Professor, Western University (Civil Procedure) (2013 to present)

Partner, Lerners LLP (2006 to present)

Associate lawyer, Lerners LLP (1998-2005)

Articling student, Lerners LLP (1997)

Health law litigation, including representation of medical physicians and chiropractors.

Shauna’s practice has focused extensively on health law in the 15 years that she has been at Lerners. Shauna has significant experience providing representation to health professionals in both civil and administrative matters. She has successfully defended physicians against claims of medical negligence and has appeared as trial counsel in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on numerous occasions and as appellant counsel before Ontario’s Divisional Court and Court of Appeal. She also provides representation to physicians in matters before the College of Physicians and Surgeons including disciplinary matters and fitness to practice hearings. Shauna has frequently appeared before the Health Professions Appeal Board and has been involved in various inquests where medical physicians have required assistance. She also assists physicians in privileging matters, which has included representation of physicians before Credentialing Committees, Medical Advisory Committees and Hospital Boards.

In addition to her work with physicians, Shauna has significant experience providing representation to chiropractors in civil litigation matters. Shauna has both a Canadian and U.S. law degree.

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