Place: 3rd Floor, Law Society Building, 196-198 Water Street. Doors open at 12:30 pm.
This seminar will provide a practical overview of the Newfoundland and Labrador limitations scheme for the civil litigator: when limitation periods begin to run, when they stop running, and when they expire; discoverability; procedural considerations and pitfalls; how to assess the limitation of an action; and the limitation issues that arise in particular practices like personal injury, estates, and professional negligence. The seminar will also explain recent limitations jurisprudence from the Supreme Court of Canada and the Newfoundland and Labrador courts.
In-house capacity restrictions related to COVID have been lifted and in person attendance is encouraged where possible.
Principal – Zacks Law
Dan is a Toronto-based civil litigator with a focus on lawyers’ professional negligence, commercial disputes, and insurance coverage. He has a specialty in limitations law. He authors Law of Limitations (Canada’s leading—and only—limitations text), Halsbury’s Limitation of Action, and the (soon to be updated) blog Under the Limit. He is currently working on a compendium of bad limitations pun.
Registration Fee: $115.00 ($100.00 + HST) HST # R108086463
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YOUR SPACE WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED AND REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED FOR CANCELLATION AFTER FEBRUARY 28, 2023.
CPD Credit: 3 hours