TORONTO, Feb. 9, 2012 /CNW/ - The Canadian Institute, producers of the popular Class Actions Litigation Forum, unveils its newest addition to the class action series, Class Actions Litigation Bootcamp. On April 18 & 19 in Toronto, associates and lawyers who are new to class actions are invited to join leading class counsel who will provide an in-depth and practical forum on class action litigation procedure. From pre-claim process to and beyond the certification stage, learn strategies to manage the challenges inherent in class claims.
Invaluable training will be provided in a number of different areas, including sessions on:
- Evaluating evidentiary indicators for claim viability on the facts and on the law: What constitutes a common issue?
- Weighing considerations in choosing an appropriate representative plaintiff
- Working through a solid precedent motion record for guidance on compiling the best possible documentation, with a focus on the supplementary materials
- Key considerations to opposing certification in increasingly class action friendly jurisdiction
- Leveraging advancing technology to track and manage a voluminous post-certification evidentiary record
…And much more!
|Conference Title:||The Canadian Institute's Class Actions Litigation Bootcamp|
|Date:||April 18-19, 2012|
|Location:||InterContinental Toronto Yorkville - Toronto, Ontario|
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