Cross-Practice: Issues in Civil Litigation, Family and Criminal Law

May 27, 2011

Seminar Materials

Please note: All material will be delivered on a CD at the conference.  
The documents will be comment enabled.


Please note, these materials are for the use of registrants of the TLABC seminar, Cross-Practice:Issues in Civil Litigation, Family and Criminal Law, May 27, 2011.  They are not to be disseminated to anyone else. Registrants will receive a CD of these materials without the passwords at the seminar.

Papers are released on this page as we receive them.  If a speaker does not provide a paper until the day of the seminar, the paper will be released on the Tuesday following the seminar. Links are indicated by underlined text.  


Basil McCormick, Crown Counsel, Nanaimo BC
Internet Luring: Substantive Law and Sentencing

Kenneth R.S. Paziuk, Paziuk Law Corporation, Nanaimo BC
Search and Seizure - Expectations of Privacy in Work Computers

Clinton Sadlemyer, King Sutton Sadlemyer, Nanaimo BC
R. v. Askov

Sandra L. Dick, Heath Law LLP, Nanaimo BC
Upcoming Changes to the Family Relations Act

Morley W. McKeachie, M. McKeachie Law Corporation, Denman Island BC
Mediation: How to Maximize the Results for Your Clients

Marsha E.A. Bishop, Johnston Franklin, Nanaimo BC
Rule 15-1: Fast Track Litigation

Sarah J. Watson, Public Guardian and Trustee, Vancouver BC
Role of the Public Guardian and Trustee in Litigation

Faith E. Hayman, Faith E. Hayman Law Corporation, North Vancouver BC
Long-term Disability Claims: A Primer for the Generalist

Jennifer P. Millbank, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo BC
Intersection Between Wrongful Dismissal and the BC human Rights Tribunal

Bentley J. Falkenberg, Bentley J. Falkenberg Law Corporation, Nanaimo BC
The Paperless Office and Electronic Case Management - Paper
The Paperless Office and Electronic Case Management - Presentation

Richard F. Johnston, Johnston Franklin, Nanaimo BC
The Admissibility and Use of Documents from Facebook and Other Social Media Sites

James A. Vanstone, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo BC
The Law of Adverse Inference


Adam de Turberville, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo BC
Disclosure of Documents Obtained in a Criminal Case