The Essential Insurance Law Update

  • February 04, 2015


Publication | Archived Video


From the latest developments in Occupier's Liability, to using a neuro-pyschological assessment at mediation or trial, this essential update will provide practical advice and strategies that you can put to use right away.

  • Get an expert analysis of the most significant insurance law cases of the past year
  • Know when an independent contractor must take over the owner's defence
  • Consider the pros and the cons of personal injury advertising
  • Be prepared for when the insurance limits are not sufficient to compensate the plaintiff

And much more...!


Jim Davidson, Will Davidson LLP


The Role of the Psychologist in a Civil Proceeding
Eric Grossman, Zarek Taylor Grossman Hanrahan LLP
Jeffrey S. Lyons and Paula Bateman, Fogler, Rubinoff

Neuropsychological Testing
Dr. Lawrence Freedman, Peel Memory and Cognitive Disorders Clinic

Occupier's Liability - When Must the Independent Contractor Take Over the Owner's Defence?
Christopher R. Dunn and Jordan M. Black, Dutton Brock LLP

Liability Issues in Motor Vehicle Accidents Involving Cyclists and Pedestrian
Roseanna Ansell-Vaughan, Hughes Amys LLP

10 Decisions that will Impact Your Motor Vehicle Litigation Practice
Kadey Schultz and Anne Fyfe, Hughes Amys LLP

Bull's-Eye: The Target Defendant and Insufficient Policy Limits
Frank Kosturik, Bell Temple

The Essential Insurance Law Update: Advertising & Referral Fees
Adrienne Kirsh, Investigations Counsel, Professional Regulation Division, Law Society of Upper Canada

Law Firm Advertising
Jason Katz, Singer Kwinter