Craig Wilkinson is speaking on the topic of “Expert Evidence in Airbag Litigation” during the Osgoode Professional Development’s program on expert evidence in personal injury cases, on March 4th, 2020. The program is held at Osgoode PD’s downtown conference center in Toronto.
Personal injury cases often come down to a battle between competing experts, with counsel on each side trying to exclude or cast doubt on the other’s evidence while making the most of their own expert evidence. The aim of this program is to teach the most effective approaches to selecting and preparing experts and adducing or countering expert evidence. It is chaired by Steve Rastin of Rastin Law Trial Lawyers, and Audrey Ramsay of Blouin Dunn LLP.
Crafted for personal injury lawyers, accident benefits lawyers, civil litigators and insurance professionals, the program covers key topics to help conduct cases, whether or not they go to trial. Craig’s presentation on expert evidence in airbag litigation is planned for the early afternoon, and you can find the complete schedule on their website. Those who will miss this program can register for an online replay from the schedule page: the replay is set for April 17th, 2020.
Osgoode Professional Development is a world leader in law school lifelong learning. Part of Osgoode Hall Law School, they offer credit and non-credit programs for Canadian and international lawyers, paralegals, professionals, and firms and organizations. Their Continuing Legal Education programs range from one-hour briefings to conferences and short courses taught by practising lawyers and a range of experts in other disciplines.