Opportunities and Challenges of Written Hearings
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: April 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Most tribunals hold at least some hearings in writing, while certain tribunals hold predominantly written hearings. What impact, if any, does this have for your client, and how can you ensure you are putting your best case forward? Our expert faculty will share valuable insights and helpful advice on how to excel at written hearings with this essential program.

PROGRAM CHAIR

Adam Chisholm, McMillan LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Procedures Menu
Ian Anderson. Anderson Arbitration Inc.

When "Your Day in Court" Does Not Include an Oral Hearing
Ian Mackenzie, MacKenzie DRS

Practical Advice from Practitioners
Jackie Esmonde, Income Security Advocacy Centre
Maryth Yachnin, IAVGO Community Legal Clinic

Legal Writing 101: Written Advocacy before Tribunals
Maryth Yachnin, IAVGO Community Legal Clinic

What Do Adjudicators Like to See?
Daphne Loukidelis, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner - Ontario
Paula Turtle, Ontario Labour Relations Board

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