Personal Injury Conference 2019

Course Date: June 14, 2019

Full Course Materials
Total: 5h 51min
Total Ethics: 1h

Welcome and Introduction

Karen E. JamiesonMurray Jamieson, Vancouver
James D. Vilvang, QC Richards Buell Sutton LLP, Vancouver

Case Law Update

Karen E. JamiesonMurray Jamieson, Vancouver
Alison L. Murray, QCMurray Jamieson, Vancouver


Civil Resolution Tribunal: What PI Lawyers Need to Know

Shannon SalterChair, Civil Resolution Tribunal, Vancouver
Krista L. Simon — Hammerberg Lawyers LLP, Vancouver

Networking Lunch (provided)

Limitations on Use of Expert Evidence: (Rule 11-8)

Daniel W. BarberSingleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP, Vancouver
Jonathan L. Harbut Rice Harbut Elliott LLP, Vancouver

The Brave New World of Self-Driving Cars

Mark V.C. VirginStevens Virgin, Vancouver


Part 7 in 2019

  • changes in deductibles with LTD benefit
  • ending of subrogated claims
  • ICBC keeping Part 7 Open for Future Care

Matthew Hinton Insurance Corporation of BC, Vancouver

A Master's View of Personal Injury Chambers Practice

  • select topics in personal injury chambers applications
  • best practices

Master Terry VosSupreme Court of BC, Vancouver

Advertising for Personal Injury Counsel: True, Verifiable and Effective

  • revisiting the LSBC Rules
  • use of testimonials
  • standing out in a busy crowd

Jeremy Hessing–LewisSkunkworks Creative Group Inc., Vancouver
Doug JasinskiPresident, Skunkworks Creative Group Inc., Vancouver

Closing Remarks

Karen E. JamiesonMurray Jamieson, Vancouver
James D. Vilvang, QCRichards Buell Sutton LLP, Vancouver