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6 Under 6 For 6

6 Under 6 For 6

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Substantive: 0.75
45 minutes
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
Mike Brown
Robin Brown
Kanon Clifford
Kate Mitchell
Jennifer Ng
Kendra Swallow
Source
Frontenac Law Association (FLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
45 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

6 Under 6 For 6

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  • Anti-SLAPP Motions under s. 137.1 of the CJA: The evolving landscape and considerations in defamation proceedings
  • Significant Control: New and proposed amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act
  • The 21st Century Firm: Lessons on legal tech & practice management
  • Family Law and the Military: Calculating military income
  • The Use of Family Court Evidence in Criminal Proceedings

Presenters

Mike Brown

Mike is an associate in the Business Law Group at Cunningham, Swan, Carty, Little & Bonham LLP in Kingston. He advises clients on a variety of complex business transactions, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, asset and share purchase transactions, and capital raising by way of debt and equity financing. As part of his practice, he also advises clients on a broad range of general corporate and commercial matters including corporate governance, shareholders’ agreements and risk mitigation in commercial contracts.

Robin Brown

Robin Brown is a lawyer at Cavanagh LLP. Her practice is devoted to insurance defence including defending professional liability claims.  While she currently lives in Ottawa, she grew up in the 1000 Islands and still considers the Village of Athens home.

Kanon Clifford

Kanon Clifford is currently a student-at-law with Bergeron Clifford LLP. He is based in their Kingston office. For the past year, Kanon has been assisting Bergeron Clifford as an extracurricular activity as they move from a paper-based firm to reduced paper. During that time he has been cursed at, ignored and "left on read". Finally, he is starting to see a slow acceptance of his changes and he now hopes to share some lessons he has learned along the way with you.

Kate Mitchell

As for the requested information for introductions, I am an associate lawyer at Borys Law in Kingston, specializing in criminal and correctional law.

Jennifer Ng

Jennifer Ng is an associate lawyer with Templeman’s litigation department and practices all aspects of general litigation, with a focus on corporate and commercial litigation. Jennifer was admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 2014 and joined Templeman after articling and practicing intellectual property litigation at an international law firm.

Jennifer completed her law degree at Queen’s University graduating on the Dean’s Honour List in 2013. Prior to law school, Jennifer completed a pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto and worked as a registered pharmacist in the community and for the government.

Jennifer lives in Kingston and is kept busy with her law practice, waiting in traffic across the LaSalle Causeway and chasing after her two little girls.

Kendra Swallow

Kendra was born in Toronto, Ontario. Her background includes public policy and sport administration. She studied theatre, music, history and political science at McMaster University. She completed a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Queen’s University before attending law school at the University of Western Ontario.

Kendra was called to the Ontario Bar in June of 2017. She joined Viner, Kennedy, Frederick, Allan & Tobias LLP as a family law and litigation associate in February of 2018.

Kendra’s practice includes family law, civil litigation and sport and athlete related dispute resolution. Her family law practice encompasses all areas of family law. Her litigation practice includes a wide variety of claims including wrongful dismissal, contract disputes, real property disputes and estate litigation. Her sport practice includes team selection, carding, doping and contract dispute matters.

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