The Canadian Institutes 16th Annual Provincial/Municipal Government Liability

Venue: Marriott Bloor Yorkville

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Feb 09, 2010 End Date/Time: Feb 10, 2010
Early Registration Date: Jan 12, 2010
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Get the Right Tools and Tips for Keeping Your Exposures and Expenses to a Minimum

Now more than ever, government deficits and the weak economy are emphasizing the need for provincial and municipal bodies to strictly adhere to their budgets. The heavy expenses incurred from having to pay high damages from lawsuits and liabilities take a substantial toll and must be avoided as much as possible. It is crucial for municipalities and provinces to have the tools and to know how to manage risks, obtain the suitable coverage and limit involvement in litigation. If you fail to harness your liabilities and expenses, your organization can suffer from increasingly costly litigation and related costs.

The Canadian Institute’s 16th Annual Provincial / Municipal Government Liability conference is the event you cannot afford to miss. This conference will provide you with the latest updates and practical strategies you need for preventing lawsuits, minimizing exposure and reducing risks. Our outstanding speaker faculty will share their wide-ranging knowledge on matters of importance to you, including:

Balancing the risks of infrastructure liability claims and the financial constraints that delay repairs
Strategies for minimizing exposure to direct and vicarious liability
Minimizing land use planning law suits by properly drafting site plan agreements and attacking claims early
Evaluating the pros and cons of self-insurance and reinsurance options
Overcoming potential liabilities from source water protection
And much more!


Additional Information

PLUS! Add value to your attendance by participating in our post-conference workshop: “Managing Project Risks When Receiving Infrastructure Funding”. Don’t delay! Spaces are limited. You can register by calling The Canadian Institute toll-free at 1-877-927-7936, faxing the registration form to 1-877-927-1563, or registering online.