Personal injury lawyer Renée Vinett will be speaking on day two of the Motor Vehicle Litigation Summit 2018 on the Accident Benefit Case Law Update.
The summit will provide litigators a closer look at the Licensing Appeal Tribunal as the adjudicator of accident benefit disputes, how to shape strategies to create the right dispute resolution forums, and a review of cases interpreting the Statutory Benefit Schedule and substantive rights of the insured and the insurer.
If you litigate motor vehicle cases, as plaintiff or defence counsel, your work is demanding and fast-paced. The changes in this area come just as quickly, which means you need key updates and insights without much time to get them. This popular summit gives you all the information and analysis you need to know. Our presenters take a closer look at the Licensing Appeal Tribunal as the adjudicator of accident benefit disputes. How can you shape your strategy to create the right dispute resolution forum for your case? Also, they review cases interpreting the Statutory Benefit Schedule and substantive rights of the insured and the insurer—cases that could impact your practice in the near future.
This is a must-attend event if you would like to:
- Consider the question of marijuana regulation—recreational use and driving;
- Find out about the latest developments in tort law in motor vehicle cases;
- Get caught up on threshold decisions, trends, procedures, and essential evidence required;
- Examine the law on surveillance since Iannarella v. Corbett OCA;
- Find out about ways to streamline your trial and get into court;
- Understand the insurance implications of driverless cars;
Date & Time:
Monday, March 26th 2018, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday, March 27th, 2018, 8:30am – 1:30pm
Location: Donald Lamont Learning Centre, 130 Queen Street West, Toronto or Webcast
Cost: $480 or $450 (Webcast)
Total CPD Hours for both days = 9 h Substantive + 3 h Professionalism
For more information including registration, click here.