Professionalism for Planning and Municipal Lawyers
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: December 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Join your municipal and planning law colleagues at this annual program to gain strategies for managing professionalism related issues within your practice. Hear insights from our expert speakers on emerging practice management and ethics related topics emerging within the municipal and planning bar and some best practices you should consider. Register now to gain your professionalism hours for the year at a program designed specifically for you as a municipal and planning lawyer.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Nathan Muscat, City of Toronto
Adrian Frank, Devine Park LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Your Professional Responsibilities: Dealing with Unrepresented Litigants
Alexander Suriano, City of Toronto
Isaac Tang, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Objectivity and Advocacy: Professional Obligations for witness Preparation and Statements
Laura Dean, Aird & Berlis LLP

Practice Tips from the Board
James R. McKenzie, Ontario Municipal Board

Potential Professionalism Issues Guidance Arising from Bill 139?
Stan Floras, Ontario Municipal Board

Mediation, Settlement and ADR: Professionalism and Ethics Outside The Hearing Room
Meaghan McDermid, Davies Howe LLP
Caterina Facciolo, City of Vaughan

MFIPPA, IPC and the OMB: Professionalism in the Information Era
Mark Flowers, Davies Howe LLP
Ian Duke, City of Vaughan

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