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Occupier’s Liability

August 30, 2002|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

I have just completed a heart-wrenching trial on behalf of a young man who sustained a brain injury...

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Social Host Liability – Has the Time Come?

November 29, 2000|  By:  Roger G. Oatley, Robert M. Durante,

Despite the evolution of commercial host liability law in Canada, there is still a paucity of cases...

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The Right to Sue is Alive and Well

January 30, 2000|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

It amazes me how often someone tells me that they have not taken legal action because they perceive...

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Strategies for Proving that Chronic Pain is Physical

December 29, 1999|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

Chronic pain cases are among the toughest assignments facing plaintiff's personal injury counsel. I...

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Computerization of Demonstrative Evidence: Changing the Face of Advocacy

August 29, 1999|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand" - Old...

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Making The Invisible Injury Visible In The Courtroom – Demonstrative Aids In Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

May 29, 1998|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

Why Demonstrative Evidence? It is true that none of the strategies which I suggest is essential...

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Damages: Strategies for Turning an Ordinary Case into an Extraordinary Case

June 30, 1997|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

This article presents an overview of strategies for turning an ordinary damages case into an...

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Special Considerations in the Conduct of a Child’s Personal Injury Claim

August 30, 1996|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

You assume a great responsibility when you agree to represent a seriously injured plaintiff,...

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