Kim Dullet

Kim Dullet  

Senior Associate

Executive Summary

Kim Dullet is a senior associate in the Ottawa office. She joined Borden Ladner Gervais LLP as an articling student. Kim practises civil litigation with an emphasis on complex commercial disputes, insurance litigation and the health sector. Kim regularly represents clients before various courts and tribunals, including the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, Ontario Energy Board, Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, and Consent and Capacity Board.

Representative Work

  • Provides healthcare institutions with general advisory services in areas including risk management, personal health information and privacy, disruptive physicians, quality of care reviews and coroners inquests.
  • Acts as counsel for hospitals and nurses in medical malpractice cases.
  • Acts as counsel for physicians and hospitals in consent and capacity proceedings before the Consent and Capacity Board, as well as in appeals before the Superior Court of Justice.
  • Represents nurses before the College of Nurses of Ontario and the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board.
  • Acts on behalf of a number of insurers in respect of personal injury, general liability and professional negligence claims.
  • Represents manufacturing clients in the energy sector before the Ontario Energy Board.
  • Acts as counsel for physicians and hospitals for applications for the secure treatment of minors before the Superior Court of Justice.

Publications & Presentations

  • Speaker, “Hot of the Press - Saadati v. Moorhead and its Implications for Psychological Injury Claims,” BLG Annual ITL Breakfast Seminar, June 2017.
  • Speaker, “Recent Developments in Summary Procedures,” OBA Health Section Program, April 2017.
  • Author, "New QCIPA and Hospital Management Regulations Changes – Coming Into Force July 1, 2017," LexisNexis Newsletter Health Law Matters and Risk Management in Canadian Health Care, March 2017.
  • Speaker, "QCPIA: A Review of the Legislation and New Developments," at the 15th Annual Health Law and Risk Management Seminar, November 2016.
  • Speaker,  "Antibiotic Resistance regarding hospital liability issues," Ottawa Law Review Symposium, February 2016.
  • Speaker, "Litigation Lessons," at an Education Day for nurses for a hospital client, February 2016.
  • Speaker, "Excellent Care for All Act:  What's New?" at the 14th Annual Patient Safety and Risk Management Seminar, November 2015.
  • Speaker, "Charting in Hospitals" at an Education Day for nurses for a hospital client, October 2015.
  • Speaker, "Litigation:  Lessons from Actual Cases in the Court" at the 10th Annual Ottawa Hospital Risk Management Conference, June 2015.
  • Speaker, "Confidential Investigations:  What You Need to Know About the Law of Privilege" at the 13th Annual Patient Safety and Risk Management Seminar, November 2014.
  • Speaker, "The Impact of Technology on Patient Safety" at the Annual Patient Safety Day of a children’s hospital client, December, 2013.
  • Speaker, "Hospitals in the Courts: Case Law Update" at the 12th Annual Patient Safety and Risk Management Seminar, November 2013.
  • Speaker, “Smackdown: An Update on Punitive Damages” Presentation to various insurance sector clients, May 2013.
  • Speaker, “Capacity, Consent and an Overview of the Mental Health Act,” Presentation to various healthcare institution clients, February 2013.
  • Author, “Considerations for Litigation Counsel Responding to Requests for Personal Information,” The Law of Privacy in Canada, Carswell, 2013.
  • Speaker, “Health Law Update: From Circle of Care to Car Seats: 7 Things You Need to Know,” 11th Annual Patient Safety and Risk Management Seminar, November 2012.
  • Author, “Things for Health Care Professionals to Think About Before Hitting the Send Button,” The Law of Privacy in Canada, Carswell, 2012.