David Rogers will be presenting tomorrow at Osgoode’s 15th annual Personal Injury Law & Practice conference.
David’s topic is “Will Failure To Admit Liability In a Timely Fashion Give Rise to Punitive Damages? The Law After McCabe”.
David will be discussing vicarious liability and whether punitive damages can be awarded against a defendant for not admitting liability in a timely manner.
David handles a number of sexual abuse cases and will be commenting on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in McCabe v. Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation for the Diocese of Toronto, in Canada, 2019 ONCA 213.
Carol-Anne Wyseman co-authored a paper with David in relation to this presentation.