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.

7th Annual Human Rights Summit (December 4, 2018) 

  • Assessment and discrimination in education, employment and professional licensing : testing the limits of accommodation / Cheryl Wiles Pooran and Faraz Kourangi  
  • A summary guide to cannabis in the workplace part one : recreational cannabis / Melissa Snider-Adler 
  • Preventing and addressing sexual harassment in your practice / Hena Singh, Sheryl Johnson Fact scenarios. 
  •  Unrepresented litigants : understanding your responsibilities / Wassim Garzouzi, Jo-Ann Seamon 

 Civil Appeals: The Year in Review (December 11, 2018) 

  • Employment law update : a discussion of selected employment law cases decided by the Ontario Court of Appeal in 2018 / Connie Reeve  
  • The Court of Appeal (finally) has its say on anti-SLAPP legislation / Andrew W. MacDonald  
  • Limitation periods update / Jeremy Opolsky  
  • Appellate tort law update for 2018 / Barbara Legate  

 Real Estate Refresher 2018 (December 12, 2018) 

  • Communication / Tannis A. Waugh  
  • Residential mortgage financing / Zahra Ziaie Moayyed  
  • Searching title in Ontario / Merredith MacLennan  
  • Understanding residential title insurance / Kevin Rogers, Merredith MacLennan 
  • Closings and closing documents / Ian Speers  

Estate Accounting 2019 (January 16, 2019) 

  • When can a trustee claim, and justify, a special fee? / Lisa S. Toner, David J. Byun  
  • Passing the breach : remedies and litigating breach of fiduciary duty claims in a passing of accounts / Arieh Bloom  
  • Pre-taking compensation in guardianships and estates : who, what, when and why / Pia Hundal  
  • The duty of a trustee-director to account for trust-owned corporations / Matthew Furrow 

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