In this episode of Friends Who Argue, Daniel Baum, Partner in the litigation group at the Montréal office of Langlois chats with Lillian Pan, Q.C., a Partner practicing commercial litigation in the Calgary office of Dentons, about practical tips and tricks for optimizing remote examinations.
Daniel Baum is a litigator who acts on a variety of commercial and public law disputes, has experience before all levels of Quebec and federal courts (including the Supreme Court of Canada), who has taught written and oral advocacy at Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Law.
Lillian Pan has over 30 years of experience in commercial litigation, and is a leading mentor, speaker and panelist who teaches trial advocacy at the University of Calgary. She is an Advocates Society Board Member and recently moderated Litigating from Home: Remote Examinations, a CPD program now available to members of The Advocates’ Society through the Free Member Resource Library here.
Want to read more? TAS’s Best Practices for Remote Hearings, drafted in partnership with the OBA, FOLA and OTLA, provide helpful guidelines for both virtual examinations and virtual hearings. Read the Best Practices (recently updated in Spring 2021), and see related resources, here.