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2017 Winning the Battle (Plaintiff Only) Materials

Date: 03/29/2017

Note: these materials are available only to TLABC members, who limit their practices to working exclusively for plaintiffs. Before we ship the materials we will require you to sign our plaintiff only certification.

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Papers and slides available for download:

Evaluating Tough Cases in a Small Firm Environment  -- Wong v. Towns, 2015 BCSC 1333
David Grunder, David W. Grunder Law Corporation, Vancouver

The Use of Graphics and Demonstrative Aids in Today's Litigation
& Statement of Law

James L. Vigmond, Oatley Vigmond, Toronto
Stephen Mader, Artery Studios, Toronto
 
Boyes v. Wong Reasons for Judgment & Images
Michael L. Elliott, Jarvis McGee Rice, Vancouver
 
Impact Through Discovery: Preparation and Practice (slides only)
Derek Miura, Derek K. Miura, Trial & Appeal Lawyer, Vancouver
Bob Cameron, Robert W. Cameron Law Corporation, Victoria
 
The Typical Defence Case in Three Acts: Contributory Negligence, Mitigation and Pre-existing Condition or Risk 
Adam de Turberville, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo
 
Recent Developments in Privilege (Buettner v. Gatto) 
Vivian Cheung, Cowley & Company, Vancouver
 
Reducing the Impact of Mitigation Arguments (slides only)
Krista Simon, Hammerberg Lawyers LLP, Vancouver
 
Cultural Considerations When Preparing a Witness for Trial 
Harpreet S. Nirwan, Nirwan Law Corporation, Surrey
 
Making Use of Public Documents in Personal Injury Trials 
Greg Phillips, Johnston Franklin Bishop, Nanaimo
 
To Jury or Not to Jury? How to Determine When a Jury Is Right for Your Tough Set of Facts (Fedun v. Loiacono & Graham v. Carson)
Marlisa Martin, Nanuq Law, Victoria

Lessons from Arsenovksi 
Thomas Paul Harding, Trial Lawyers Advocacy Group, Surrey


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