Paul Manning to Speak at The Six-Minute Environmental Lawyer 2016

I will be speaking at “The Six-minute Environmental Lawyer”, to be held by the Law Society of Upper Canada at the Donald Lamont Learning Centre, 130 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON on Thursday October 20, 2016.

I will join a faculty of my peers  who will speak on environmental law topics ranging from the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Midwest (a case on which we have reported and commented in this column) to federal reform of environmental assessment.

My topic will the treatment by the Court of Appeal in Midwest  of the assessment of damages in environmental claims – for example, should the plaintiff be entitled to the full cost of remediation or just the amount that the value of the property has fallen because of the contamination?

I hope to see you there.

https://store.lsuc.on.ca/the-six-minute-environmental-lawyer-2016

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Manning Environmental Law is a Canadian law firm based in Toronto, Ontario. Our practice is focussed on environmental law, energy law and aboriginal law. 

Paul Manning is a certified specialist in environmental law. He has been named as one of the World’s Leading Environmental Lawyers by Who’s Who Legal: 2016.

As always, these posts  are provided only as a general guide and are not legal advice. If you do have any issue that requires legal advice please get in touch. Our contact details can be found here

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