Digital Evidence for Litigators

We live — and litigate — in a digital world. Digital Evidence for Litigators is your guide to effective advocacy in the digital era, from file inception to trial. Hear tips from the Bench and top litigators on best practices for gathering digital evidence, how to get digital evidence admitted at trial and how to navigate novel ethical issues with digital evidence.

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Program Chairs:
Cathy Beagan Flood, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Gerald Chan, Stockwoods LLP

Faculty Includes:
The Honourable Justice Frederick J. Myers, Superior Court of Justice 
The Honourable Justice Paul B. Schabas
, Superior Court of Justice 
Nicole Henderson
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Mabel Lai, Ministry of the Attorney General, Crown Law Office
Christine Mainville, Henein Hutchison LLP
Kathryn ManningDMG Advocates LLP
Matthew Musters
Computer Forensics Inc. 
David OuterbridgeTorys LLP
Megan Savard, Addario Law Group

Topics Include:
  • Gathering and Preserving Digital Evidence
  • Using and Challenging Digital Evidence
  • Demonstration and Commentary: Admitting and Challenging Digital Evidence at Trial
  • Ethical Issues and Digital Evidence
Eligible CPD Hours:
1.75 Professionalism; 1.75 Substantive

Webcast registrations and switches from in-person to webcast must be received no later than 3 business days in advance of the program.
2/26/2020 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
The Advocates' Society 250 Yonge Street, Suite 2700 Toronto, ON M5B 2L7

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