Capable or Not? Litigating & Mediating POA Disputes

Litigating and mediating power of attorney disputes is never easy. Issues of capacity, sifting through medical and legal evidence, engaging section 3 counsel, and the discord between family members are just the tip of the iceberg. This program delivers practical tips and strategies to help you mediate or litigate these complex disputes in a proportional and professional way.

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Program Chairs:
Clare E. Burns, WeirFoulds LLP
Justin W. de Vries, de VRIES LITIGATION LLP

Faculty Includes:
The Honourable Justice Thomas J. McEwen, Superior Court of Justice
The Honourable Dennis O'Connor, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Honourable Justice Laurence A. Pattillo, Superior Court of Justice
Caroline E. Abela, WeirFoulds LLP
Daniel J. Dochylo, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Ian M. Hull, Hull & Hull LLP
Pia Hundal, Dentons Canada LLP
Felice C. Kirsh, Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP
David Lobl, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
Jordan Oelbaum, Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP

Eligible CPD Hours:
Morning: 3.0 CPD Hours (1.0 Professionalism; 2.0 Substantive) 
Full Day: 6.5 CPD Hours (2.0 Professionalism; 4.5 Substantive)

Webcast registrations and switches from in-person to webcast must be received no later than 3 business days in advance of the program.
When
9/18/2019 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Where
The Advocates' Society Education Centre 2700-250 Yonge Street Toronto, ON

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