July 22 – Live Webcast: Issues in criminal, civil, and regulatory litigation – when can you access evidence from one proceeding and use it in another?
Date: 22 Jul 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM @ Live Webcast
Do you represent a client whose profession is governed by a regulatory body? Is your client being sued as well as criminally charged? Clients charged with criminal offences may also face liability in the civil and regulatory spheres. When such proceedings generate evidence, questions arise regarding the use that can be made of it in a criminal proceeding. This program will consider issues such as privilege, self-incrimination, and undertakings in these contexts.
Join us on Wednesday, July 22, at 4 p.m. for an exclusive opportunity to ask questions of our two panelists, Gerald Chan and Aaron Dantowitz from Stockwoods LLP moderated by Lindsay Board of Daniel Brown Law. Participants are invited to submit questions in advance for consideration during the event. Please submit your questions by July 20, 12 noon.
This event qualifies for one hour substantive. The event may be recorded.
- FREE for current CLA members
- $25 plus HST for non-members
Register online by going to https://members.criminallawyers.ca/event-3911320
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