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2013 The Civil Trial Toolkit Video Archive

Date: 10/25/2013

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Opening Remarks
ROSE A. KEITH, Law Office of Rose Keith, Vancouver
KRISTA L. SIMON, Hammerberg Lawyers LLP, Vancouver
Getting the Most out of CPC’s and TMC’s
MASTER DOUGLAS BAKER, Supreme Court of BC, Vancouver
Getting the Most out of Your Witnesses
RAJWANT K. DEWAR, Giusti Nairne, Vancouver
Getting the Most out of Your Experts: Retaining, Instruction and Prepping for Trial
CHARLOTTE A. SALOMON, McConnan Bion O'Connor Peterson, Victoria
Jury Mechanics: The Nuts and Bolts
DAVID OSBORNE, Osborne Cane Trial Lawyers, Vancouver
Getting the Most out of your Exhibits and Documentary Evidence
STEPHEN MCPHEE QC, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo
Personalities in the Courtroom
ART VERTLIEB QC, MacKenzie Fujisawa LLP, Vancouver
Controlling the Direct: Special Considerations for Lay Witnesses, Interpreters and Experts
MANDEEP S. RANDHAWA, Hammerberg Lawyers LLP, Vancouver
Learning by Doing: Trial Theory vs. Practice (Panel discussion and Q&A)
SHELLEY HENSHAW, Waterstone Law Group, Langley
DENNIS K. HORI, Fulton & Company LLP, Kamloops
PAUL G. KENT-SNOWSELL, Lindsay Kenney LLP, Langley
Getting the most out of Technology: Tools to Persuade
A. C. RICHARD PARSONS, Collette Parsons Harris, Vancouver
JAKE POKORNY, Visido Imaging Inc., Vancouver
DONALD J. REMPEL, Rempel Engineering Services Ltd., Vancouver
The Hotseat Exposed: Tips for Cross Examination
DENNIS C. QUINLAN, Quinlan Abrioux, Vancouver
Jury Trials: What I learned from Moore v. Kyba
WM. RORY LAMBERT, Dinning Hunter Lambert Jackson, Victoria
MARLISA MARTIN, Dinning Hunter Lambert Jackson, Victoria
You Thought the Trial was Over? Post Trial Issues
FAROUK JIWA, Jiwa Law Corporation, Vancouver

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