Posts Tagged ‘Miller Thomson’
Omar Ha-Redeye chaired a luncheon for the Young Lawyers’ Division for the 2012 OBA Institute on February 10, 2012 at 12:20. The session, The 21st Century Lawyer: How to Navigate Your Career Goals was presented by Lesa Ong of NagataCONNEX Executive Legal Search and Paulette Pommells of Creative Choices for the 21st Century Lawyer,
Now more than ever, young lawyers are taking a stand! They not only want to lead more balanced lives, they also want to engage in meaningful work. Join legal career and lifestyle coach Paulette Pommells and legal recruiter Lesa Ong for a lively discussion as they introduce coaching concepts that will help steer you towards defining your ambitions. Learn to follow your personalized compass and develop career goals that are in line with your values. Discover how to break down those goals into manageable steps that will work for you at any stage of life. Be inspired, and be motivated to chart your course to an enriched career and lifestyle.
Program co-chairs are Kathryn Bortolussi of Kelly Manthrop Heaphy and Jennifer Quick of Miller Thomson.
The session was accredited by the Law Society for 1 hour of Professionalism Requirement, and 1 hour New Member Requirement.
The Ontario Court of Appeal discussed the maxim of statutory interpretation expressio unius est exclusio alterius in the motor vehicle collision personal injury case of Kusnierz v. The Economical Mutual. The case dealt with interpretation of the Statutory Accidents Benefits Schedule (SABS). See further discussion on Slaw.
Other resources include:
- Oatley, Vigmond (interveners in the case, on behalf of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA))
- Smitiuch Injury Law
- Thomson Rogers
- Daniel Strigberger of Miller Thomson at the Ontario Insurance Litigation Blog
- Alexander Rozine of D’Angela, Fox, Vanounou LLP at Canadian Health Law
Jordan Furlong and Warren Smith named Omar Ha-Redeye as one of the top 12 social media influencers practicing law in Canada in the September 23, 2011 issue of The Lawyers Weekly.
The other influential lawyers included:
John Boscariol, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Toronto. Twitter: @tradelawyer
David Canton, Harrison Pensa LLP, London Ont. Twitter: @davidcanton
Caroline Clapham, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Vancouver. Twitter: @carolineclapham
Michael Fitzgibbon, Watershed LLP, Oakville, Ont. Twitter: @managementlaw
David Fraser, McInnes Cooper LLP, Halifax. Twitter: @privacylawyer
Nicole Garton-Jones, Heritage Law Group, Vancouver. Twitter: @ngartonjones
Rob Hyndman, Hyndman Law, Toronto. Twitter: @rhh
Erik Magraken, MacIssac & Co., Victoria. Twitter: @erikmagraken
Stuart Rudner, Miller Thomson, Toronto. Twitter: @CanadianHRLaw
Barry Sookman, McCarthy Tétrault, Toronto. Twitter: @bsookman
Garry Wise, Wise Law Group, Toronto. Twitter: @wiselaw
Furlong and Smith also provided a list of a dozen non-practicing legal professionals who led the pack in social media influence:
David Bilinksy, Law Society of B.C., Vancouver. Twitter: @David_Bilinsky
Colin Cameron, Profits for Partners Management Consulting, Vancouver. Twitter: @colincameron
Samantha Collier, MBM Intellectual Property Law, Vancouver. Twitter: @samtaracollier
Connie Crosby, Crosby Group Consulting, Oakville, Ont. Twitter: @crosbygroup
David Eby, B.C. Civil Liberties Association, Vancouver. Twitter: @Dave_Eby
Simon Fodden, Slaw.ca, Toronto. Twitter: @fodden
Michael Geist, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, Ottawa. Twitter: @mgeist
Dominic Jaar, KPMG, Montreal. Twitter: @dominicjaar
Steve Matthews, Stem Legal Web Enterprises, Vancouver. Twitter: @stevematthews
Shaunna Mireau, Field LLP, Edmonton. Twitter: @smireau
Dan Pinnington, LawPRO, Toronto. Twitter: @danpinnington
David Whelan, Law Society of Upper Canada, Toronto.Twitter: @davidpwhelan
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