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Prepare for what’s next with a webinar on litigation in the post-Covid transition (and earn CPD credits)

Aaron Wenner

Over the past nine weeks, you’ve had to adjust to modified timelines, working and arguing remotely, and new technology. You’re probably wondering what you’ll have to adjust to next, and how to prepare for litigation in the post-Covid transition. That’s why we’re sponsoring a free webinar on the shape of litigation to come on Monday, June 1 at 12:00 p.m. ET.

Register now to hear expert litigators — Brent J. Arnold, Maya Borooah, and the Honourable Colin L. Campbell — talk about what’s worked, what hasn’t, and what to expect in the post-Covid courts. Some of the topics they’ll cover will include: remote trial practice, the importance of oral vs written advocacy, and managing the oncoming caseload. Our own CEO, Aaron Wenner, will moderate.

The 60-minute webinar is hosted by the Toronto Lawyers Association, and accredited by the Law Society of Ontario. That means you’ll earn CPD credits when you attend, as the program contains 30 minutes of Professionalism Content and 30 minutes of Substantive Content. It’s all part of our commitment to give you the resources you need to work through these times. 

About the speakers

Brent J. Arnold, Partner, Gowling WLG – practises in Gowling WLG's advocacy department, where he specializes in commercial litigation, arbitration and cybersecurity. He has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, and has appeared before numerous administrative tribunals. Brent has also worked as an adjunct faculty member at York University, where he taught advanced business law in the School of Administrative Studies.

Maya Borooah, Associate, Henein Hutchison LLP – focuses on criminal and regulatory litigation, as well as internal investigations. She has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, as well as before the Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights. Prior to joining Henein Hutchison, Maya clerked for the Alberta Court of Appeal, and articled at a top labour and civil litigation firm in Toronto. She has also volunteered as a Regional Advocate for the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies.

The Honourable Colin L. Campbell – has practised mediation and arbitration at Amicus Chambers since 2013, following a 15-year career as a Justice of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario. Colin has conducted over 600 mediations, mainly investor, corporate/commercial shareholder and estate disputes but also including insurance and construction matters. He has presided over more than 100 arbitration disputes, principally as a sole arbitrator in domestic issues but as well, several international disputes as a tribunal member under the auspices of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution of mediation and arbitration and other arbitral regimes.

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