Gluckstein Lawyers is excited to host our second annual Medical Malpractice Conference, “Risky Business”. The theme of this year’s conference is “Navigating Challenges in Medical Malpractice Cases”. Medical malpractice cases are complex, and we wanted to create a conference to share our knowledge and expertise. Risky Business has curated content by experts in the field, designed to educate personal injury lawyers, defence lawyers, rehabilitation professionals and others who wish to learn about the complex nature of medical negligence files. The engaging lineup of speakers is intended to provide you with a comprehensive learning experience and incite meaningful discussion to enhance better outcomes.
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Gluckstein Lawyers will be hosting this Medical Malpractice Conference on November 5, 2020, at the Four Points Sheraton in Thorold, ON. As we are all very concerned about the pandemic, the well-being of our speakers and guests, and abiding by provincial regulations and restrictions, you can feel confident that we are designing this conference with participants’ safety foremost in mind.
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As this way of life has become our new “normal”, we are determined to move forward. Gluckstein Lawyers is very excited to have you join us for a day of learning, professional development and community. To that end, we have decided to host an in-person conference with a limited capacity of 50 people. All safety precautions, including mandatory masks, hand sanitizer stations, and physical distancing measures, will be in place for the event. All speakers will be required to present behind protective plexiglass to limit the spread of COVID-19. An important part of this conference is the opportunity for networking with speakers and guests who have a wealth of experience and knowledge to leverage and share with each other.
If you cannot attend the conference in person, we will also be hosting it on a virtual platform so you will be able to access the speakers from office or home.
Our plan is flexible, and we will adapt to new measures or restrictions as they are put in place by the Ontario government. Please continue to check back for updates as COVID-19 restrictions change.
Interested in attending in our second annual Medical Malpractice Conference?