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Motor Vehicle Tort Litigation in Ontario: Critical Updates

22 Oct 2019New Date Reminder
Twenty Toronto Street Conferences, Toronto, Canada

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MOTOR VEHICLE TORT LITIGATION: CRITICAL UPDATES will cover areas like understanding the recent case law on OPCF 44R and developments in the ever-evolving threshold analysis, learn about surprising findings of negligence on the part of unprotected defendants. It is the review of key developments in motor vehicle tort litigation.


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08:30 AM - 12:30 PM General Hours

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Participants

500 - 1000
Delegates

10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Auto & Automotive

Editions

22 Oct 2019
02 Nov 2018
22 Oct 2014
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Frequency Annual
Next edition likely in Oct 2020

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Konyehi Patrick Ovia

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John iudiciani

John iudiciani

Automotive technician at Ontario tire auto service

Vaughan, Canada
Momoh Abdul Shaheed Yusuf

Momoh Abdul Shaheed Yusuf

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Lagos, Nigeria
KHALEEL JABER

KHALEEL JABER

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Amman, Jordan
Ebango Joel

Ebango Joel

Auto mechanic at Franky Auto

Douala, Cameroon
reza

reza

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Shiraz, Iran
Sabarpreet Kaur

Sabarpreet Kaur

Mechanical Engineer at Deutsches autoersatzteil

New Delhi, India

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