Omar Ha-Redeye spoke at the 2015 Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at Western Law on May 21, 2015 on “Class Action Intrusions: Helping to develop privacy rights, or an overkill in liability?” He presented a case commentary on Hopkins v. Kay, 2015, dealing with intrusion upon seclusion class actions for health records. Class
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke at the Law Union of Ontario’s Annual Conference on a panel about “Legal Education, Inequality, and Jobs” on May 9, 2015. The other panelists included Claire Seaborn, Josh Mandryk, and Andrea Demchuk, and was moderated by Andrew Langille. The conference was held at the Ryerson Student Centre at 55 Gould
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke on “Diminished Capacity and the Client” on Monday, February 23, 2015 in Toronto, at a conference on “Contemporary Legal Challenges: Applying the Rules of Professional Conduct” conference. Agenda: Sara Erskine, The Lawyer as Witness Thomas W. Arndt, Zealous Advocate or Zealot? Omar Ha-Redeye, Diminished Capacity and the Client Trudy Goldenberg, Inadvertent Communications Online
Omar Ha-Redeye served on the executive committee for the Ontario Bar Association’s 2015 Institute. The event, held Feb. 4-7, 2015, is the largest CPD event in the province.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke on February 6, 2015 at the Ontario Paralegal Network (OPN)’s session on The Laws of Evidence. Evidence is the key to successful litigation. A working knowledge of the law of evidence is what separates amateurs from professionals. This CPD will cover such essential topics as rules related