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Dec 7, 2016

Bevin Shores' and Caroline Mowat's 2016 Auto Threshold Update

Posted in Threshold cases

Author Michael S. Teitelbaum

Related Lawyers Caroline Mowat and Bevin Shores

Please find attached the excellent paper updating the 2016 case law (to date) on the automobile accident threshold prepared by Bevin Shores and Caroline Mowat, and the terrific PowerPoint presentation given by Bevin, at the Hamilton Law Association's 16th Annual Advocacy Conference on December 1st, 2016.

As you'll see, both the paper and presentation very helpfully consider the various factors and considerations that affected those decisions.

Congratulations and Well Done, Bevin and Caroline, for producing such a great resource for everyone!


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