TORONTO, June 5, 2012 /CNW/ - The National Forum on Class Actions Litigation, hosted by The Canadian Institute, will be returning for its 13th consecutive year in Toronto, Ontario on September 20-21, 2012. This year's event brings together members of the plaintiff bar, defence bar, in-house counsel, government, judiciary, and third party administrators from across Canada and the U.S. to discuss the critical cases and trends that are shaping the Canadian class actions environment.
Speakers will be sharing practical advice on a range of topics that are affecting the industry, including:
- Responding to the latest class action trends and developments across Canada and the U.S.
- Adapting to the increasing interest from the U.S. bar in Canadian class actions
- Optimizing the approach to negotiation and settlement and maximizing the chances for a successful resolution
- Managing complex jurisdictional issues and procedural uncertainty caused by national class actions
- Navigating difficult ethical dilemmas and avoiding the mistakes of others
And much more!
There will also be two pre-forum workshop sessions on September 19 that will add value to the overall learning experience: "Critical Strategies to Avoid Ethical Missteps on Your Road to Resolution of Class Actions Litigation" and "Comprehensive Guide to Successfully Negotiating, Structuring, and Implementing Class Action Settlements".
Conference Title: The Canadian Institute's 13th Annual National Forum on Class Actions Litigation
Date: September 20-21, 2012
Location: InterContinental Toronto Centre - Toronto, Ontario
About The Canadian Institute
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