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Strategies for Remote Litigation and Mental Health Strategies for Coping with Remote Work

Description

Presented: October 1, 2020 Location: Zoom


Darryl Singer heads up Diamond & Diamond’s Commercial and Civil Litigation Practice Group. He also continues to run a sizeable Personal Injury practice.

Darryl has almost 25 years of trial experience, having graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1991 and being called to the Bar in Ontario in 1993.

Over the years he has maintained a broad based litigation practice, becoming known for his advocacy skills. He develops an appropriate strategy for each client based on the end goal of that particular client, and does not believe in a one-size fits all approach to the law. He is respected by opposing counsel and the judiciary, and is regularly retained as counsel by other law firms to appear in court and conduct trials.

His extensive litigation experience includes the areas of personal injury; all manner of contract, negotiation and business disputes; insolvency and restructuring for individuals and corporations; debt collection and enforcement, including mortgage enforcement; franchise disputes; employment law and wrongful dismissal law for employers and employees; real estate litigation; professional negligence matters; as well as professional regulation, defending lawyers and other professionals before their disciplinary bodies. He has also argued over 60 complex commercial injunctions, winning all but 3. All of this means he has literally thousands of hours in trial, motions, discoveries, and negotiations.

He appears before all levels of court in Ontario including the Superior Court, Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal as well as numerous government tribunals, municipal councils, and professional regulatory bodies on behalf of his clients.

This program contains 50 minutes of professionalism content and

1 hour and 10 minutes of Substantive content.

What Will I Learn?

  • This program contains 50 minutes of Professionalism content, and this program contains 1 hour and 10 minutes of Substantive content
  • This program contains 1 hour and 10 minutes of Substantive content
  • Best Practices for Running a Home Office
  • Maintaining Good Mental and Physical Health
  • Social Media Dangers
  • Ethics and Civility in a Digital World
  • Written Advocacy for Zoom Hearings
  • Oral Advocacy for Zoom Hearings/Courtroom Decorum

Topics for this course

1 Lessons1h 10m

Strategies for Remote Litigation and Mental Health Strategies for Coping with Remote Work CPD video

Strategies for Remote Litigation and Mental Health Strategies for Coping with Remote Work – October 1, 20202:05:51

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Excellent speaker and very useful topic

Got a few good points from this course however found much of the information some what ambiguous.

Darryl is a gifted speaker

Thank you

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