Newly Received Materials from LSUC CPD


Below are some of the most recent CPD materials added to the library collection. Each title links to the book record where you can view more details and the full table of contents. All materials are available in print at the library, or if you’re interested in only a couple of articles, feel free to email us a request for a scanned copy.

16th Annual Employment Law Summit (Oct. 29, 2015)

  • Recent developments in the law of workplace accommodation / Neena Gupta, Andrew Pinto & Dina Awad
  • Update on workplace investigations / Jennifer MacKenzie & Monica Jeffrey
  • Court decisions that puzzle us / Muneeza Sheikh & Abdul-Basit Khan
  • Contingency fee arrangements in wrongful dismissal actions: practical considerations and common pitfalls / Kevin Fox

Bankruptcy and Estates Law: Administration of the Insolvent Estate (Oct. 30, 2015)

  • Basics of estate administration / Kathleen Robichaud
  • The interaction between estate law and bankruptcy law / Frank Bennett
  • Administering the insolvent estate under trusts and estates law / Brian Cohen & Jacob Yau

Indigenous Law Issues (Nov. 5, 2015)

  • Reconciliation: redefining the relationship between First Nations and industry / Randall Kahgee
  • Understanding First Nation land tenure: challenges and opportunities / Cherie Brand & Alexandra Schwarz
  • Commercial relations involving First Nations: what First Nations and non-First Nations need to know / Murray Teitel

Representing Children in Personal Injury Actions (Nov. 19, 2015)

  • Ethical and legal challenges in representing children / Thomas Connolly
  • What’s the damage?: considerations in the damages assessment for injured children and their families / Joni Dobson
  • Minor guardianships in non-traditional families / Nimali D. Gamage & Kathryn Balter

The Six-Minute Real Estate Lawyer 2015 (Nov. 24, 2015)

  • HST rebates – and the cases just keep on coming / Alan Silverstein
  • What are your intentions?: drafting and negotiating letters of intent / Candace Cooper
  • Let the seller beware: what to tell your client not to sign, and what to say if they already did? / Jerry Udell; with assistance from Amanda Camlis

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