Occupiers' Liability Update: Legislative Reform and Recent Case Law - Webinar (EST)
Date and Time: September 22, 2021 10 am - 11 am EST
In early 2021, Ontario enacted legislative changes to the
Occupiers' Liability Act requiring plaintiffs to provide notice of an
intention to commence a claim within 60 days of an accident arising from ice and
Join us for a presentation on these changes from a legal
defence perspective. Natalie Kolos, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and
Christine Kucey, Associate, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP will review this
legislative reform, along with some possible interpretations by the Courts, and
risk management strategies going forward. They will also review some notable
occupier liability jurisprudence in the last 12 months.
This webinar is perfect for claims professionals,
adjusters and underwriters.
Natalie Kolos, Partner, Borden Ladner
Christine Kucey, Associate,
Borden Ladner Gervais
CE Credit: 1 hour
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