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When Your Client Asks About This Jordan Guy

When Your Client Asks About This Jordan Guy

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.25
15 minutes
Substantive: 0.25
15 minutes
Published
2017
Presenter(s)
James Bocking
James Foord
Robert Maranger
Cedric Nahum
Robert Wadden
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
30 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax
CCLA Criminal Law Conference 2017
Includes Handouts

This panel will address the substantial changes, uncertainties, and emerging trends in the law of unreasonable delay in the past year in the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2016 decision in Jordan.  Considerations of when an 11(b) application should be brought, effective file and practice management strategies to avoid delay being characterized as “defence” delay, effective advocacy techniques to protect the record for 11(b) applications, putting together an effective record on 11(b) applications, and effective argument of 11(b) applications will be explored. 

Professionalism topics to be addressed include:

  • Duty of competency – duty to be aware of significant and ongoing developments in this area of the law with potential significant impact on all clients’ rights and the need to adapt one’s litigation management practices to conform with these developments in the law in order to effectively protect our clients’ rights and resolutely defend them (Applicable Rules: 3.1-1(a), (c), (k), 3.1-2)
  • Practice management – using effective time management strategies to minimize defence-caused delay on a file (Applicable Rules: 3.1-1(i))
  • Ethical advocacy – dealing with opposing counsel with civility and working collaboratively to move a case forward with all due dispatch in accordance with ethical duties and expectations pursuant to Jordan.  Avoiding sharp practice with opposing parties and building a record in a way that avoids getting into the content of without prejudice out-of-court communications (Applicable Rules: 5.1, 7.2-1, 7.2-1.1, 7.2-2)

Presenters

James Bocking

James graduated from Queen’s Law School in 1997 and was called to the Bar in 1999. He articled with Stikeman Elliott (Ottawa) and was a litigation/competition law associate until Fall 2001. James left Stikeman to take a position with the Federal prosecution Service and was a prosecutor there until July 2007. He has been an Assistant Crown Attorney with the Crown Attorney’s Office (Ottawa) ever since. James' undergraduate honours essay in economics was titled: “The Impact of Free Agency on Major League Baseball”. James is a huge baseball fan and an avid curler.

James Foord

After completing an Honours Degree in English and Philosophy from the University of Toronto in 1992, James Foord continued his studies at Queen’s University, where he obtained his Baccalaureate of Laws in 1996. James Foord has practiced criminal law since his call to the Ontario Bar in 1998. James Foord is a certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Criminal Law. His practice is focussed primarily on criminal trial and appellate advocacy; however James also represents individuals who are charged with regulatory offences and represents professionals before their disciplinary tribunals. James frequently represents individuals on appeal, both from conviction and sentence. James Foord has taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, and regularly presents at Continuing Legal Education programs. James is a past President of the Defence Counsel Association of Ottawa and a former Trustee of the County of Carleton Law Association.

Justice Robert Maranger

Justice Maranger graduated from the University of Ottawa in 1984 and was called to the Bar in 1986. He practiced Litigation in the City of Sudbury from 1986 to 2001, including Criminal, Civil and Family Litigation. His practice included six years as an agent for the Federal Government, prosecuting cases under the Control Drugs and Substances Act, conducting trials in both English and French. Justice Maranger is the Past-President of the Sudbury District Law Association from 1995 to 1996. Justice Maranger was appointed to the Superior Court of Justice on October 31, 2001.

Cedric Nahum

Cedric is a trial lawyer who was called to the bar in 2005. Before opening his own firm, Cedric was an associate with Kimberley A. Pegg, Barristers Professional Corporation from 2007 to 2016. Cedric has had experience in the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and the Divisional Court in criminal defence and representing parents against the Children’s Aid Society. He deals with many matters in the Mental Health Court and Youth Court.

Justice Robert Wadden

Justice Robert Wadden was called to the bar in 1992. For the past 20 years he has worked as an Assistant Crown Attorney at the Ministry of the Attorney General. Justice Wadden has extensive experience dealing with witnesses and victims of crime, and has specialized in issues related to mental health and criminal law. Earlier in his career, Justice Wadden worked as an associate at Fasken Campbell Godfrey, and taught at the University of Ottawa law school. He has also been involved in local school councils and youth soccer clubs.

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