Complex, Mega and Advanced Litigation

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Report Code: LAP11662. February, 2011. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

The Multi, the Mega, the Mass and More

Jessica Kimmel
Partner
Goodmans LLP

ARTICLE II

Updated Rules of Procedure and Complex Litigation – Developments and Assessments

Tom Curry
Partner
Lenczner Slaght LLP

ARTICLE III

Mediation, Negotiation and Settlement of Complex Actions

C. Clifford Lax, QC, LSM
Partner
Lax O’Sullivan Scott LLP

ARTICLE IV

Asserting, Protecting and Contesting Privilege in Complex Litigation

Katherine L. Kay
Partner
Stikeman Elliott LLP

ARTICLE V

Asserting, Protecting and Contesting Privilege in Complex Litigation

Ronald Carr
General Counsel, Crown Law Office, Civil
Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario

ARTICLE VI

A Measure of Risk: Document and E-Document Management in Complex Litigation

Gregory Tzemenakis
Counsel, Civil Litigation Section
Department of Justice, Government of Canada

ARTICLE VII

Managing Litigation Risk and Reputation – Advice for Litigation and In-house Counsel

Moderator Michael C. Smith
Partner
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Peter Dent
Partner – Forensic & Dispute Services
Deloitte & Touche LLP

Robert M. Gerbrandt
Senior Manager
KPMG Forensics

Jeff Gray
Journalist
The Globe and Mail

ARTICLE VIII

Discovery Rules: Key Changes

John Campion
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE IX

E-Discovering

Master Donald H. Short
Ontario Superior Court of Justice

ARTICLE X

Legal Trends of Note for Complex Litigation – Tort Law

Michael Burgar
Partner
Adair Morse LLP

ARTICLE XI

New Tools for Managing Evidence in Complex Litigation

Bryan Finlay, QC
Partner
WeirFoulds LLP

ARTICLE XII

Constitutional Jurisdiction of Administrative Tribunals: R. v. Conway

Michael T. Doi
Deputy Director, Litigation
Legal Services Branch
Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

ARTICLE XIII

Constitutional Update: Remedies

Catherine Beagan Flood
Partner
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

ARTICLE XIV

Interim Relief in Complex Litigation

Todd Burke
Partner
Gowlings LLP

ARTICLE XV

Telezone v. Canada: The Supreme Court Endorses the “One Stop Shopping” Approach to Litigation Against the Crown

Sean Gaudet
Senior Counsel
Department of Justice Canada
Ontario Regional Office