Surveillance and Social Media in Insurance Law
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: April 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The use of social media and surveillance is growing more and more each year and can have a significant impact on the outcome of insurance cases. Join us at this up to date program and find out how to make the most of social media and surveillance in litigating an insurance file including and how to ensure you have collected and preserved all potentially relevant social media evidence properly. Our experts will also show you how to obtain and make the best use of the surveillance evidence, provide you with tips on effective presentation of this evidence at trial and advise you of ethical responsibilities that can arise.

Social media is also having an increasing impact on the practice of law. Our experts will help you understand how to effectively use social media in promoting and maintaining an insurance law practice while following the Rules of Professional Conduct.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Belinda Bain, Gowling WLG LLP
Ali Khan

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Digital & Social Media Intelligence and Insurance
Kyam Shell-Schnitzer, Deloitte Canada

The Use and Abuse of Social Media in Civil Litigation: Facebook, Twitter, the Rules of Civil Procedure and the Rules of Professional Conduct
Michael D. Swindley and Zach Flemming-Giannotti, Templeman Menninga LLP

Recent Case Law on the Disclosure of Surveillance Evidence
David Zuber and Jordan Dunlop, Zuber and Company LLP

How to Interact with Judges on Social Media
The Honourable Mr. Justice Jamie K. Trimble, Superior Court of Justice (Brampton)

Scenarios: Ethical & Professional Obligations in a Digital Age
The Honourable Mr. Justice Jamie K. Trimble, Superior Court of Justice (Brampton)
Nadine Blum, Goldblatt Partners
Ian Hu, LAWPro

Social Media: Pitfalls to Avoid
Submitted By: Ian Hu, LAWPro

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