FRAUD 08

8 – 12 June 2008 • Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Accredited For Up To 37 CPE Hours By The ACFE

Advanced Fraud Deterrence, Detection And Remediation To Achieve Loss Prevention

Among Our Acclaimed Keynote Addresses

Hassan Nasser Financial Compliance Director Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, UAE

M.K.Chouhan Chairman, Mahendra & Young Knowledge Foundation, India

Nadim Jamil Safa Head of Compliance Unit, Commercial Bank of Kuwait, Kuwait

Saad Ali Al-Shahri Comptroller King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Centre, KSA

Hisham Hammoud VP Fraud Risk Management, Middle East Citibank N.A , UAE

• 25+ Lively Speakers • Three Active Workshops • Internationally Recognised Speakers • A Powerful Combination Of Global Trend-Setters And Regional Leaders Who Will Provide You With The Tools You Need To Fight Today’s Fraudster • First-Hand Fraud Examples, How They Were Handled And Mistakes You Can Learn From • Paramount Opportunities For Networking, Benchmarking And Sharing Experience Featuring World Renowned Speakers From North America, Europe, Asia, Africa And The Middle East:

At IIR Middle East’s Fraud 2008, You Will Find:

ABN Amro Bank NV • Asian Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability • Bank of Alexandria • British Petroleum • Citibank N.A. • Cobasco Group Limited • Commercial Bank of Dubai • Commercial Bank of Kuwait • Du • Dubai Multi Commodities Centre • Emirates NBD Bank • Ernst & Young • Finance House PJSC • Hibis Europe Ltd • Horwath Mak • King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre • Martin Kenney and Co. Solicitors • National Bank of Abu Dhabi • Noor Bank • Oman & Emirates Investment Holding Co. • The Housing Bank For Trade and Finance • TransWorld Consultancy Services Inc • ZADCO

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Dear Industry Colleague,
Since our first fraud conference three years ago, fraud has more than doubled in the GCC with total losses for 2007 hitting US$45 million. Moreover, 90% of white-collar crimes in the region are now committed by companies’ own staff. Why have we seen this increase? According to leading experts, fraudsters globally have began to focus more definitively on defrauding companies in the Middle East region. They have a ‘fraud technique’ knowledge base that spans the globe and is constantly evolving to take advantage of loopholes and weaknesses in today’s Middle East corporate environment. i.e. Middle East fraudsters are on par with fraudsters around the world when it comes to technical ability. Meanwhile, Middle East businesses have yet to fully establish their ability to fight fraud, though progress has been made. This imbalance between the global knowledge of fraudsters and the regional knowledge of anti-fraud agents has led to our current condition. To turn the tables and give your company the upper-hand, IIR Middle East proudly brings you the highly anticipated and extremely beneficial Fraud 2008. As you know, creating an effective framework to detect and combat fraud is a difficult task. Further, the ongoing task of maintaining corporate awareness, gaining trust among employees, defining fraud within an organisation and correcting fraud when it arises is even more difficult. Fraud 2008 will tackle these issues head-on with practical, real-world case studies to provide you with the necessary tools to decrease fraud at your company. IIR’s Fraud 2008, will put you in touch with world-class professionals as well as best practice regional leaders who share your passion for organisational security. With many networking and benchmarking opportunities, you can’t afford to miss this event. How has this conference been optimised? • Accredited for up to 37 CPE hours by the ACFE • Deeper focus on the initial deterrence of fraud • Emphasis on creating and updating your fraud detection processes to maintain an edge on fraudsters • Tools for creating transparency and organisational trust for more effective fraud management • In-depth review of the latest investigation techniques in addition to advanced interviewing skills • Distinct insights into money laundering, electronic fraud, identity theft and fraud detection software I look forward to seeing you there. Best Regards,

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Three Practical And Interactive Workshops From Global Leaders: A. Fraud Deterrence As A Complement To Detection And Remediation B. Recovering From Corporate Fraud - The A To Z Of Fraud Investigations C. Multi-Jurisdictional Concealed Asset Recovery

“This conference is necessary for industry professionals to be at the top of their game.”

Abdullah Shaker, Inspector Capital Market Authority, KSA

“Most informative, has inspired me to consider specialisation in fraud investigation.”

Gurcharan Chhabra Vice President Mashreq Bank, UAE

How Can This Conference Change The Way You Manage Fraud?

Keith Parker Conference Manager Fraud 2008 PS. Book early and take full advantage of our early bird discounts! See back page for details

• Enter the mind of a fraudster and understand how they work • Deter fraud with advanced corporate planning and processes • Establish awareness and trust among employees to both deter and detect fraud • Determine departmental responsibilities for an effective approach to fraud management • Investigate and prosecute fraud effectively when it is found • Utilise your resources to combat electronic fraud comprehensively • Enforce adherence to anti-fraud guidelines and processes • Combat money laundering and identity theft with innovative approaches • Explore first-hand examples of fraud and how they were handled

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Fraud Deterrence As A Complement To Detection And Remediation
Workshop Timing: Registration will commence at 8:00. The workshop will begin at 8:30 with refreshments being served at appropriate intervals. The workshop will conclude at 14:30, after which lunch will be served. Introduction It is not enough to merely react to fraud in your company. To survive in today’s business world, you must take a proactive approach to fraud management and deter it from even happening. i.e. it is much more effective and efficient to prevent funds from disappearing than to attempt to recover the funds once they have already gone. Hosted by a leading mind in fraud deterrence, this fully interactive, in-depth workshop will provide you with the tools to tackle fraud in your organisation before it even happens. Workshop Highlights: • While the hope would always be that an antifraud culture strategy would succeed in preventing incidences of fraud, learn how the very existence of the strategy acts as a deterrent in itself • Reduce the opportunities to commit fraud while increasing the likelihood of perpetrators being caught • Appreciate that no organisation is immune to fraud and it is not merely a random occurrence, but that it arises as and when the environment allows for its presence • Rather than simply detect and/or react to fraud, develop a proactive policy and strategy to deter fraud by eliminating opportunities for it to occur • Conduct in depth reviews of internal and external gaps in business processes and susceptibilities and close these gaps in order to effectively limit fraud possibilities • Discover why closing the door before the horse has bolted is a better policy and strategy than looking for subsequent fraud detection and remediation • Explore all aspects of implementing a corporate policy and strategy for fraud deterrence in order to develop an effective anti-fraud cultural environment in this one day Masterclass Workshop Workshop Leader: Ronald Hawes, Director TransWorld Consultancy Services Inc. Formerly A Global Operational Risk Manager, Deutsche Bank Ronald. M. Hawes has more than 40 years experience in international banking. In mid 2007, Ronald retired from Deutsche Bank where he was a Global Operations Risk Manager covering cash operations, securities operations custody and corporate trust and agency services and trade finance services operations (with some 80 plus operating units in some 35 different countries). Prior to this role he had undertaken numerous different operational assignments, both in day to day operational departmental management and in various significant project management roles involving operational re-engineering, outsourcing, control management and business continuity, to name a few. Since retiring from Deutsche Bank, Ronald has set up his own consultancy company, TransWorld Consultancy Services Inc.

Pre-Conference Workshop Workshop A – Sunday, 8 June 2008

Only at Fraud 2008 will the region’s leading decision and policy makers be discussing the latest solutions and services while networking with potential partners to evaluate the right consultants, vendors and solution providers within the auditing, risk, fraud, IT and legal sectors that will assist them in driving sound fraud deterrence, detection and prevention in their organisations. Can you afford not to be there? There will be limited sessions and places available on the programme for our event sponsors, so if you have the solutions please email sponsorship@iirme.com or contact Arben Jusufi on + 971 (0) 4 407 2716 immediately for details on packages to suit your needs.

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Conference Day One: Monday, 9 June 2008
8.00 Registration And Coffee 8.30 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Masood Safar Abdulla Al Majedi Senior Manager Compliance And Anti Money Laundering Commercial Bank of Dubai, UAE 10.30 Current Fraud Trends • Enhance the anti-fraud culture and encourage setting a strong tone from the top • Promoting risk awareness and building on the existing controls within the business • Ensure the existence of a whistle-blowing policy and facilitate hotlines • Conduct proactive detection, investigation and recovery • Get the maximum benefit from lessons learnt through internal and external events and act accordingly Simon Padgett, Group Risk & Internal Audit Manager Al Fahim Group, UAE 11.15 “Think Like A Fraudster” And Fraud 666 The mantra for many fraud publications and seminars is that you must “think like a fraudster”, but what does this mean and how can an honest person understand the mind of a criminal? For this talk, Allan McDonagh created the fictitious, “Club Fraud 666” on behalf of the fraudster • How to understand the mind of a fraudster • Why senior managers should commit fraud • The rewards for them and their companies • The types of fraud that you can commit and Fraud 666 support systems Allan McDonagh, Managing Director Hibis Europe Ltd and Director, Fraud-i Limited, UK 12.00 IIR Majlis – Structured Networking Session In this structured session you will have the opportunity to meet a number of people you haven’t met before. You will be able to exchange basic information and your business cards, making it easier for you to start a conversation with these people during other networking opportunities provided by the conference. You will be formed into pairs and have approximately one minute to introduce yourselves before moving on to a new person. Remember to bring plenty of business cards. 12.30 Lunch And Networking Break

Effective Fraud Deterrence, Detection And Investigation Through Corporate Policy And Awareness
8.45 The Role Of Good Corporate Governance And Ethics In Avoiding Fraud • Understand corporate governance, ethics and fraud in your organisation • Use the latest corporate governance techniques as tools in defeating fraud • How to establish an ethical corporate environment where fraud is minimised M.K. Chouhan, Chairman Mahendra & Young Knowledge Foundation, India and Vice Chairman Global Advisory Board, Asian Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability, India 9.30 Setting A Corporate Policy To Establish And Manage Fraud Prevention, Detection, Investigation And Resolution Practices • Policy scope – Fraud definitions, its extent pattern and causes • Warning signs – Fraud prevention measures and developing an anti-fraud culture • Responding to fraud – Incident reporting and escalation procedures • Aspects of anti-money laundering • Corporate governance – Roles and responsibilities to prevent and manage incidents of fraud Ronald Hawes, Director TransWorld Consultancy Services Inc. Formerly a Global Operational Risk Manager, Deutsche Bank 10.15 Morning Refreshments And Networking Break

Who Attended Our Previous Fraud Events?

Business Professionals Committed To Combating Fraud In Their Company Including:

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13.30 It is Easy To Commit Fraud – Ask The Experts • Practical examples (not the usual Enron, WorldCom and Soc Gen examples) covering ‘low level, low value’ corporate fraud • An overview of how systems of control are used by fraudsters for their benefit • Examples of corporate fraud based on personal fraud investigation experience Billy Mollison, Consultant, Bahrain 14.15 Eliminate Conflicts Of Interest Through Departmental Structuring And Transparency Within Your Company • Increase the transparency between departments without lowering trust in order to make discrepancies more visible • Decrease conflicts of interest between parties with innovative frameworks and solutions • Collaborate effectively with external parties to strengthen fraud detection and management Hassan Nasser, Financial Compliance Director Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, UAE 15.00 Create An Environment Of Trust And Awareness Through Managerial Integrity To Lessen Barriers To Whistle-Blowing • Professionalism, personality, ethics, corporate governance, communication channels and culture – how these can all affect the reporting of fraud • Develop an environment of corporate trust to remove roadblocks to fraud reporting • Discover the personal motivations of fraud and how these may be adjusted from a corporate perspective • Inform employees of the proper channels for reporting fraud where they will retain anonymity Nafees Ahamed ACMA, Chartered Management Accountant, Oman & Emirates Investment Holding Co, UAE 15.45 Afternoon Refreshments And Networking Break 16.00 Create And Investigate Detailed And Effective Audit Trails In A Succinct And Efficient Manner • Discover best practice techniques in audit trail creation that allows for straightforward investigation of fraud • Investigate audit trails concisely with a clear understanding of red flag characteristics • Audit trail management and delegation to allow for practical, comprehensive interpretation Ayman Abd El-Rahim, CIA, CCSA, CFE Senior Internal Auditor The Housing Bank For Trade and Finance, Jordan 16.45 Best Practice Interviewing Technique During Fraud Investigation • Use a personality based approach in gathering evidence and interviewing relevant employees • Understand the whistleblowers’ motivation and interview them conscientiously for complete results • Delegate evidence gathering to appropriate departments David Cafferty, Regional Director (Middle East) International Compliance Association 17.30 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference Day One

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13.30 Establishing Risk Management In An Emerging Market • The practical implementation of risk management in a bank • Challenges and obstacles to be tackled for the implementation of risk management in emerging markets • Credit bureau role and function in emerging markets Hesham Hamdy, GM, Head of Risk Management, Bank Of Alexandria, Egypt 14.15 Discover How Financial Institutions Can Fight Money Laundering To Strengthen Their Banking Reputation • Develop a strategy to decrease the risk that money laundering activities will affect your organisation • Know your customer and develop due diligence programmes • Examine the key characteristics of effective customer due diligence programmes and their role in combating fraud Masood Safar Abdulla Al Majedi Senior Manager Compliance And Anti-Money Laundering Commercial Bank Of Dubai, UAE 15.00 Controlling Fraud And Losses In Major Construction And Procurement Projects The top ten misconceptions in procurement - or why organisations get it so hopelessly wrong! • Vendors colluding with senior managers present the biggest risk - not so! • Culture or “tone from the top” is more important than “context”: don’t believe it! • Competitive bidding is the solution - not so! • Bid Evaluation Committees reduce the risk of fraud - no way! • Technical evaluation should always predate commercial decisions - ineffective! • Pre-qualification of vendors is a vital step - no way Mike Comer, Managing Director Cobasco Group Limited, UK 15.45 Afternoon Refreshments And Networking Break 16.00 Fraud In Healthcare: Where And How It Arises And How To Manage It – Applications To Other Industries • Examples of Fraud in Healthcare - Using charts to obtain high value drugs - Physicians not paying attention to closed medical charts when signing prescriptions • IT systems are not integrated or interfaced Saad Ali Al-Shahri, Comptroller King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Centre, KSA 16.45 Physical Financial Security From A Fraud Perspective • Understand the convergence of physical security and information security • Discover how you can deter and detect fraud through physical security • How is physical security currently affecting fraud deterrence, detection and investigation in the Middle East? Muwafaq Jafari, Physical Security Manager Emirates NBD Bank, UAE 17.30 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference Day One

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Conference Day Two: Tuesday, 10 June 2008
8.00 Coffee 8.30 - Opening Remarks From The Chairman Masood Safar Abdulla Al Majedi Senior Manager Compliance And Anti Money Laundering Commercial Bank of Dubai, UAE 12.00 Disseminate Industry–Recognised Fraud Definitions And Awareness Among Your Employee Base To Deter Fraud From Occurring • Develop an understanding of how employees perceive fraud and how you can shape this into a proactive awareness • Discover recognised fraud definitions to create a basis for fraud detection, whistle-blowing and prevention • Communicate fraud definitions to your employee base for practical fraud recognition • Review business processes to make structural corrections that could deter fraud Shagufta Farid Khan, Head of Internal Audit Finance House PJSC., UAE 12.45 Lunch And Networking Break 13.45 Insider Fraud: Prevent, Detect And Deter • What is insider fraud and how does it occur? • Why you need an effective fraud prevention policy and how to implement it • What drives fraud controls and whistle-blowing policies in your organisation? • Discover real-world case studies of insider fraud detection, deterrence and investigation John Garrett, Chief Audit Officer National Bank of Abu Dhabi, UAE

Current Fraud Management Trends And The Latest Recognition Techniques
8.45 The Latest In Middle East Fraud Detection And Prevention: Stay Ahead Of The Game • Maintain an edge on fraudsters by keeping your fraud knowledge and understanding up-to-date • Sustain your edge by taking advantage of resources to keep your awareness current • Use recent deterrence advancements to take a proactive, rather than reactive, corporate stance on fraud management Hisham Hammoud, VP Fraud Risk Management Middle East, Citibank N.A., UAE 9.30 Educate Employees With The Latest Fraud Recognition Ability For A Higher Incidence Of Fraud Reporting And Prevention • Create an environment of awareness among employees so that they may easily recognise fraud when it occurs • Recognise fraud through simple red flags that can be taught to employees for widespread fraud recognition • Best practice technique in the education of employees in fraud recognition Dr. Khalid Maniar, Founder & Managing Partner Horwath Mak, UAE 10.15 Morning Refreshments And Networking Break 10.30 Establishing Anti-Fraud Functions Within Your Organisation • Components of a comprehensive anti fraud function • How to structure your anti fraud capability within your group structure • Assess, improve and monitor your anti fraud function Tareq Haddad, Fraud Investigation Leader Ernst & Young, UAE 11.15 - Panel Session And Interactive Voting: Define The Role Of Each Department In Fraud Auditing And Investigation For Improved Management Of Electronic Fraud • How important is each department in fraud deterrence, detection and investigation? • How can the responsibilities of each department be further defined to help combat fraud? Bharat Raigangar, H - ISO (India, Pakistan and UAE) and BCM (UAE), ABN Amro Bank NV., UAE Ahmed Ebeid, CPA CIA CISA, Group Head Internal Audit Manager, Al Ghurair Investment Abdullah Al Ghurair Group Al Ghurair Foods, UAE Santhosh Gopalan, Revenue Assurance Manager, Du, UAE Samuel M. Lohman, Esq International Lawyer Lead Consultant GMT AML Advisors, Limited, UAE Dev Sarker, Chief Internal Auditor, National Bank of Oman, Oman 11.45 - ACFE Introduction And Update What is the ACFE and how are they helping to combat fraud in the region? You’ll find out in this Association of Certified Fraud Examiners introduction including an update of recent activities. Bharat Raigangar, H - ISO (India, Pakistan and UAE) and BCM (UAE), ABN Amro Bank NV., UAE

Deterrence And Detection Through Business Processes, Corporate Governance And Education
14.30 The Use Of Cross-Border Insolvency Laws To Attack Fraud • Understand the profound impact that globalisation has had on insolvency law and the law of fraud • A comparative approach to cross-border insolvency proceedings designed to combat fraud using a hypothetical set of facts involving the BVI, the United States, Dubai, Germany and Australia • How states have been compelled to enact legislation based on the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) model law on cross-border insolvency Martin S. Kenney, Principal Martin Kenney & Co, Solicitors, British Virgin Islands 15.15 Afternoon Refreshments And Networking Break 15.30 Develop An Understanding Of The Types Of Fraud And Other Crimes Present In The Region And How To Detect Them • Ensure that you are using detection resources efficiently by focusing on the region’s most common types of fraud • Expand you team’s ability to detect the most common types of fraud • Develop an in-depth understanding of how common types of fraud are carried out by the fraudster Osama Ahmed, Head of Fraud, Head of the UAE Task Force, UAE Fraud Forum, Noor Bank, UAE 16.15 Preventing Fraud Through Proper Process And Awareness • Environment causing fraud to exist and grow • Potential common risks • Where do we start? • Enhancing control environment • Developing a fraud prevention plan • Embedding internal controls in all business processes • Risk assessment • Role of internal audit in enhancing awareness Mohamed Nassar, Internal Control And Assurance Manager, British Petroleum, Egypt 17.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference

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Post-Conference Workshops Workshop B – Wednesday, 11 June 2008 Workshop C – Thursday, 12 June 2008

Recovering From Corporate Fraud The A To Z Of Fraud Investigations
Introduction Contrary to popular belief, fraud often happens to good organisations and under the supervision of effective managers. It is impossible to prevent fraud absolutely. In fact, any organisation that tried to install controls and to eliminate trust to a level where prevention was certain would grind to a halt. The art is to have effective baseline preventive standards and ownership resources in place, backed up by fail-safe reactive controls so that fraud is quickly detected and effectively resolved. This programme will show you how to investigate and recover from fraud effectively, now and in the future. Workshop Highlights: • Background: 98% of fraud victims admit that they wished they had handled their problem differently, and had been better prepared with more skilled legal and investigative support • The Criminal And Civil Law: An understanding of criminal and civil law is essential. The law can be the victim’s greatest helper or its worst enemy • The Nature Of Evidence: Victims often say “we know he did it, but we don’t have any evidence”. Turning suspicion into intelligence and intelligence into evidence is not a difficult process, once the fundamentals are understood • Essential Contingency Plans: Plans made before the event can ensure that even complex cases run efficiently. For example: is the victim allowed to monitor email traffic and communication; what process should be followed in investigative and disciplinary interviews: what rights does the victim have to access the records of third parties? These and other matters must be specified before the event • Conducting Serious Investigations: Handling even the most complex case requires just three essential elements management control, professional resources and effective processes • Giving Evidence: Most major cases result in court appearances. Giving evidence can be a daunting experience for even experienced investigators • Your Action Plan: Turning the programme into effective corporate and personal plans Workshop Leader: Mike Comer, Managing Director Cobasco Group Limited, UK Mike Comer is the Managing Director of Cobasco Group Limited (“Cobasco”), an elite community of fraud and compliance practitioners, which works in mentoring relationships with clients to prevent, detect, investigate and recuperate from corporate fraud. He served as visiting Professor at Cranfield Institute of Technology and is currently an Honorary Visiting Fellow at the Scarman Centre, University of Leicester. He is past President of the European Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and ex-Chairman of the American Society of Industrial Security’s committee on fraud. He is a member of MENSA. Mike Comer has written six books on fraud which have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, German, Thai and Chinese. “Corporate Fraud III” was released by Gower Publications Ltd. in August 1997 and has become a best seller. In February 2003, Gower published “Investigating Corporate Fraud” which was reviewed by Professional Security magazine as a “masterpiece” and “a survival guide for businesses”.

Multi-Jurisdictional Concealed Asset Recovery
Introduction The purpose of the workshop is to, at a brisk pace, traverse a path through all of the key components necessary to develop and implement a global concealed asset recovery model that is calculated to unfold dynamically in many jurisdictions at once. The journey will rapidly move through the strategic, tactical and model-building terrain used to achieve restorative civil justice in very substantial value and highly complex serious fraud or grand corruption cases. Extensive written material will be provided to each attendee as a resource to refer to when seeking to recover assets taken by deceit. Workshop Highlights: • First Principles - What is a serious fraudsman? • The Language of Hiding - The money laundering cycle - Placement, layering and integration • Inverting the Fraud Paradigm - Redefinition of the victim • Unravelling the Fraudster’s Web - Overarching goals and objectives - Locating concealed wealth • The Fundamentals of the Civil Asset Recovery Action - Selecting the place of judgment • Accessory Civil Liability - Civil conspiracy - Conspiracy to defraud creditors • Model Building - Travelling to the scene of the crime • Polygraph Examinations • Investigation – The Judicial Process - The need for utmost secrecy • Link Analysis • Pre-Emptive Strikes to Freeze Assets - Freeze orders/Mareva injunctions • Holding the Freeze – A Case Study • Financing the Cost of the Asset Recovery Process - Financing litigation and investigations generally • Obstacles on the Path to Recovery - Multi-jurisdictional mix Workshop Leader: Martin S. Kenney, Principal Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors, British Virgin Islands Martin S. Kenney is the principal of the British Virgin Islandsbased multi-disciplinary practice of Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors. Kenney is a specialist investigative and litigation lawyer in multijurisdictional economic crime and international serious fraud. Miami based Offshore Alert has said that Kenney is “one of the world’s leading authorities on the legal aspects of freezing and seizing assets in multiple jurisdictions”. The Financial Times (US Edition) has called him a “top international asset chaser”. The Canadian Lawyer Magazine (Toronto) has said that he “…just may be – considering his Robin Hood reputation and his bulldog legal tactics – one of the most determined and trusted lawyers around”. His work has been featured by Mike Wallace of CBS 60 Minutes; the CBC’s Fifth Estate; the Chicago Tribune; the Canadian Lawyer, and numerous other media outlets.

Workshop Timings: Registration will commence at 8:00. The workshops will begin at 8:30 with refreshments being served at appropriate intervals. The workshop will conclude at 14:30, after which lunch will be served.

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