You have assessed your case. You have your instructions from your client and opposing counsel is ready to talk. However, not every case needs to go to trial. Is yours one of them? Join us for the personal injury lawyer's guide to closing a file. Our experienced faculty will walk you through the mechanics of getting the deal done and closing your file, without the extra cost and time of ending up in court.
Christopher Martyr, Dutton Brock LLP
Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, Ministry of the Attorney General
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ready to Settle
Joy Stothers, Trianta Longo LLP
When Discussing Interest, Costs and Disbursements, What can be
Claimed, What is Reasonable and What is Negotiable?
Avril Allen, Boghosian + Allen LLP
What is a Mary Carter Agreement and When to Use it?
Sudevi Mukherjee-Gothi, Pallett Valo LLP (Mississauaga)
Releases - Worth the Paper?
Susan Gunter, Dutton Brock LLP
Under the Court's Eye: A Primer on Settlement Approvals
Stacey Stevens, Thomson, Rogers
When to Seek Court Approval
Grant Ferguson, Stieber Berlach LLP
Structured Settlements, Death of Clients and Court Approval
Megan Hull Jacquin and Daniel Fisher, Howie Sacks & Henry LLP
Structured Settlements - Tools You Need to Know
Kyla Baxter, Baxter Structures