2017 Joint Family Law Program - Part 2 of 4
Panel on Evidence Obtained via Technology
March 10, 2017
Jointly presented by The Law Society of Manitoba, The Court of Queen’s Bench Family Division Judges and The Manitoba Bar Association, Family Law Section

This diverse panel addresses the following issues:

  • An overview of basic Canadian privacy law obligations, including private sector privacy laws, Manitoba’s statutory privacy tort and emerging common law torts, and how they apply when evidence has been obtained through technology in the context of family law proceedings
  • Tales from the trenches and lessons learned
  • The Winnipeg Police Service’s policy for handling electronic evidence

Moderator: Judge Carena Roller, Provincial Court of Manitoba

Justice Lore Mirwaldt, Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench (Family Division)
Randall Horton, Deeley Fabbri Sellen Law Corporation
Andrew Buck, Pitblado Law LLP 
Daryn Laminman, Winnipeg Police Service 

CPD hours: 1.25 | EPPM hours: 0 | Price: $60.00 + GST = $63.00