Tag: Expert evidence

Phil Tunley Presents at 14th Annual Energy Regulation Course

Today, Phil Tunley is in Kingston, Ontario presenting at the annual week-long Energy Regulation Course run by the Canadian Association of Members of Public Utility Tribunals (“CAMPUT”). Phil is presenting on the important, and ever-evolving, subject of “Expert Opinion Evidence”. The Energy Regulation Course, now in its 14th year, is a highly-regarded course, covering all aspects […]
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Alexi Wood Presents at Advanced Roundtable on Ethics in Litigation

Alexi Wood is pleased to be presenting at the Law Society of Ontario’s Advanced Roundtable on Ethics in Litigation, chaired by Gavin MacKenzie and Brooke MacKenzie. Participants will draw on the experiences of colleagues in this frank, engaging roundtable discussion that dives deep into many pressing ethical questions. How compelling does expert evidence have to […]
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Phil Tunley Contributes Chapter to “The Guide to Energy Market Manipulation”

Phil Tunley contributes to The Guide to Energy Market Manipulation. His chapter, “The Use of Expert Evidence”, provides an overview of the decision in Re Market Surveillance Administrator involving allegations against TransAlta Corporation, Canada’s first energy market manipulation case. The chapter provides a review of recent court cases, both as an essential primer on the […]
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