InterContinental Yorkville - Portman Room, 220 Bloor Street West
10 October 2019

MLST’s 8th Annual Pot Pourri of Medico-Legal Cases
Thursday, October 10th, 2019 | 6:00 pm Reception, 6:30 pm Dinner & Presentations

Our Fall Pot Pourri is an evening of dining, education as leading counsel present on topics of significance to the Medico-Legal professionals. We look forward to seeing you at this interesting, convivial and informative evening!
 

Reception, Dinner & Presentation:
Our evening will begin at 6:00pm with a reception. Guests will take their seats at 6:30pm for dinner, and our first speaker will take the podium. Following our first speaker, the first course will be served; each subsequent course will be interspersed with a guest speaker. 
 

Topics for the Evening Include:

  • Hospital Privileges: An update from recent cases
    Paula Trattner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
     
  • Retroactive application of mandatory penalties in professional discipline cases: Ontario
    (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario) v. Lee, 2019 ONSC 4294 (CanLII)
    Mark Veneziano, Lenczner Slaght
     
  • Causation at the Court of Appeal: White v. St. Joseph's Hospital (Hamilton), 2019 ONCA 312 (CanLII)
    Jessica DiFederico, Stieber Berlach
     
  • Access to Complainant’s Medical Records in Discipline Proceedings: Ontario (College of Pharmacists) v. Member Y, 2019 ONCPDC 10 (CanLII)
    Elyse Sunshine, Rosen Sunshine LLP
  • Is consent required for a no-CPR order where CPR would be of no benefit and only cause harm?  Wawryzniak v. Livingstone 2019 ONSC 4900 (CanLII)
    Daphne Jarvis, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
     

Program Chair:  Lonny J. Rosen, C.S Rosen Sunshine LLP

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A PDF INVITATION   
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

CPD credits will be given for this program

If you require any further information, please contact Cristina at 416 494 1440 ext. 258 or email mlst@mlst.ca

RCYC - 141 St. George Street, Toronto
24 October 2019

Brain Injury: Diagnosis, Treatment, Litigation

Thursday, October 24th, 2019 | Presentations: 1:00 – 4:30pm; Reception 4:30 – 5:30pm

Royal Canadian Yacht Club - 141 St. George Street, Toronto

Over the last few years, increased focus on the effects of concussion and brain injury have led to new assessment technologies as well as improved treatment and management approaches.  Join us to hear Canada’s leading experts in this developing field for a discussion of today’s art, science and law.

Agenda

1:00pm           Registration

1:30pm           Introductory Remarks from Kadey and David

1:35pm           Nick Reed, PhD, MScOT, OT Reg. (Ont), Associate  Professor, Department of Occupational Science and 

                       Occupational Therapy Member, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute University of Toronto Adjunct Scientist, 

                       Bloorview Research Institute 

2:35pm            Afternoon break

2:50pm           "Concussion and Neuroimaging: Making the Invisible – Visible"

                        Dr. Alain Ptito, Senior Neuroscientist, McGill University

3:50pm            Panel: Plaintiff & Defendant

                        Panelists: Alison Burrison, Burrison Law, Jason Frost, Schultz Frost LLP

4:30pm            Closing remarks

4:40pm            Reception

5:30pm            Close of event
 

Program Chairs:
Kadey Schultz, Schultz Frost LLP and Dr. David Corey, Brain Scan Diagnostics

Light refreshments will be served

CPD hours will be available for this program

CLICK HERE for a PDF registration form that you can fax or mail in.
CLICK HERE to register online.

 

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