Date November 15, 2016 Time 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location Donald Lamont Learning Centre 130 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 2N5 Register SAVE Page ContentIssues around class actions are growing increasingly complex in our global economy and can feel like fast-moving targets. For example, are you clear on the implications of important case law like the securities "trilogy," in particular the test for leave to pursue a statutory cause of action for secondary market misrepresentations? Have you fully considered worldwide classes and litigating on behalf of foreign class members? The presenters will break down the complexity with careful analysis of these and other key issues.Learn the fundamentals of bringing and defending a class action Explore trends in competition, privacy, and securities class actions Understand key issues in the product liability realm Hear about important trends in employment lawCompetition lawyers Davit Akman and Denes Rothschild are co-chairing the program; David is also speaking on trends and developments in competition class actions. Litigation lawyers James Douglas and Cheryl Woodin are presenters. The complete agenda can be found here.