The Canadian Institutes 11th Annual Conference on Managing and Litigating Disability Insurance Claim

Venue: Marriott Bloor Torkville Hotel

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 21, 2010 End Date/Time: Oct 22, 2010
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Controlling Costs, Minimizing Liability and Resolving Disability Disputes
NEW FOR 2010!
• Gibbens: latest word from the Supreme Court of Canada on accident insurance in the context
of disability claims
• Addressing critical implications of the new insurance regulations and SABS on disability claims
• Learning from Beasley and Kitchenham: use of medical evidence in disability insurance disputes
• Seven years of PIPEDA application on surveillance and videotaping of claimants
• Critical updates on claims involving total disability, pre-existing conditions and addiction
• Potential impacts of Bill 168 on workplace stress claims
• Understanding how new Rules of Civil Procedure apply to disability litigation
• Keays v. Honda A Year in Review: top tips on litigating bad faith claims
• Securing proper medical evidence to substantiate disability cases
• Managing chronic fatigue, chronic pain, and psychological disability claims
• Key employment law considerations when resolving disability claims
• Coordinating multiple benefi ts and structuring win-win settlements

PLUS! Add value by participating at our in-depth, interactive workshops:
A. Comprehensive Guide to Applying and Transitioning to Ontario’s New Automobile Insurance
Regulations and SABS
B. Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Winnable Case for Plaintiff and Defence Counsel Under
the New Rules of Civil Procedure


90 Bloor Street East

Additional Information

DISTANCE LEARNING IS NOW AVAILABLE! Attend the course from anywhere and save money on travel. Watching an interactive live webcast allows you to participate in the sessions as they occur, download handouts, and ask questions. The recorded live presentations will be available for you to view for 45 days after the course is over, so you can re-watch sessions, or view sessions you may have missed.