The textbooks taught you the basics; but, there is so much more to learn if you truly want to perform at your very best state of readiness.

Tort Law Talk explains:

  • the elements constituting dozens of unique torts
  • the defences available to many commonly litigated torts
  • the various heads of damages applicable to various torts
  • the torts commonly litigated in Small Claims Court
  • the torts arising from prosecutorial misconduct
  • the torts that may vitiate the ad idem element of contracts
  • the tort knowledge you need to know to serve your clients well

As a legal practitioner, regardless of your scope of practice, your clients depend on you to understand the tort law issues that apply to a given situation, whether directly related to the matter at hand, or as a side issue.

Tort is the area of law that addresses many conduct concerns, whether as innocent wrongs, negligent wrongs, or intentional wrongs.

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The handout material will contain more than 200 pages of information supported with fully cited case law linked to CanLII.

Three Session Event Nine (9) CPD Hours of Substantive Law Knowledge

This presentation will be held in three parts:

Session 1: 6:00PM to 9:00PM on Wednesday, April 13th

Session 2: 6:00PM to 9:00PM on Wednesday, April 20th

Session 3: 6:00PM to 9:00PM on Wednesday, April 27th

That is up to nine CPD hours of the substantive tort knowledge you need.

Don't miss out on this informative and entertaining opportunity to learn what you need to know about tort law.

  • $113.00 including HST (before April 8th) - 50% off
  • $226.00 including HST (after April 8th)

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What Was Said After Recent Webinars?

"Thank you for your dedication to the profession."
~ Parisa Hooshmand

"I was quite impressed and informed."
~ Lisa Brown

"... that is what I call a properly set up CPD in capital letters ..."
~ Sandy Azevedo

"Thank you Scott for an amazing CPD."
~ Suneeta Swarath

"Great presentation!  Really enjoyed."
~ Ryan Swalm

"... I include myself among those who had never heard of the tort of barratry ..."
~ C.A. Osborne A.C.J.O.
McIntyre Estate v. Ontario, 2001 CanLII 7972 (ON CA)

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