Feb 22, 2018
Hughes Amys' Bevin Shores' speaking engagements
Author Michael S. Teitelbaum
Related Lawyers Sabina Arulampalam and Bevin Shores
I'm very pleased to advise that my prolific partner, Bevin Shores, is going to be speaking at two upcoming Continuing Professional Development Programs.
This coming Monday, February 26th, 2018, Bevin will be one of the speakers at the OBA Civil Litigation Section dinner program on "Top Appeals of 2017 from the Ontario Court of Appeal" being held at Twenty Toronto Street Conferences & Events, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., with registration at 5:30 p.m., and buffet dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Her co-speakers and topic are:
Hodge v Neinstein - Contingency Fee Agreements
Bevin Shores, Hughes Amys LLP
Audrey P. Ramsay, Blouin Dunn LLP
Peter Waldmann, Barrister & Solicitor
- Understand the concept of contingency fees and their historical development in Ontario
- Explore the facts and arguments in Hodge v Neinstein from an insider's perspective
- Are reforms needed to regulate contingency fees? What are the current recommendations for reform and potential amendments to the Solicitors' Act
And, then, on March 20th, 2018, she will be making a presentation on "CAT at the LAT" at an OBA Insurance Law Program entitled, "Accident Benefits Update". The agenda for that program is attached. As noted in an earlier post, Hughes Amys' Sabina Arulampalam is one of the chairs for this program.
Well Done, Bevin and Sabina!
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