2016, “Remedies for Breach of Privacy In Canada”, International Workshop on Remedies for Breach of Privacy, Melbourne University, (Melbourne, Victoria, 12,13 December, 2016) (28 pages).
2016, “A Primer on Interlocutory Injunctions”, paper delivered at the Civil Law Seminar 2016, National Judicial Institute, (Vancouver, BC, 18-20 May, 2016)(42 pages).
2016, “Non-pecuniary Damages and Apology: The Experience”, presented at “The Place of Apology” workshop organized by Robyn Carroll and Prue Vines, the International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Antigua Universidad, Onati, Spain, (5-7th May, 2016)(20 pages)
2015, Speaker, “Key Contacts”, on “New Program Approvals: Tips for Optimizing the Process Through to Quality Council Approval”, Council of Ontario Universities, Toronto, Ryerson University (17th April, 2015).
2014, “Non-Pecuniary Damages for Personal Injury: A Reflection on the Canadian Experience”, paper presented at the “Compensation Culture: Comparative Tort Law Reform in the 21st Century” conference organized by the International Commercial and Economic Law Group, Faculty of Law, University of Limerick (Limerick, Ireland, May 23-24th, 2014)(25 pages).
2014, “Trends in Remedies: Multiculturalism and Common Law Damages Assessment”, paper presented at the “Tort Law in an Age of Flood and Fire”, National Judicial Institute (Montreal, May 12 -15th, 2014)(18 pages).
2014, “Non-pecuniary Damages in Common Law Canadian Tort Law”, paper presented at the “Tort Law in an Age of Flood and Fire”, National Judicial Institute (Montreal, May 12 -15th, 2014)(20 pages).
2014, November 17th, Public Lecture sponsored by Leggart & Associates, Tort Law Research Group, Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario, “Personal Injury Damages and the New Multiculturalism”.
2014, Speaker, “Quality Assurance Key Contacts”, - Emerging themes from the Quality Council and Appraisal Committee’s Appraisals of New Programs, Council of Ontario Universities, Toronto, Hart House, April 15, 2014.2011, Faculty Seminar, Centre for Commercial and Corporate Law, University of Canterbury, NZ. “Class Actions and claims of Behavioural Modification”, October 4th, 2011.
2011, with Robyn Carroll, “Class Actions and Behavioural Modification: Remedial Issues Arising From the Convergence of Private and Public Law Goals”, paper given at the Private and Public Law – Intersections in Law and Method (T.C. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 21-22nd July, 2011)(34 pages).
2011, “The Role of Equity’s Maxims in Canada”, paper given at the Remedies Forum, (Aix-en-Provence, France, June 8-9th, 2011)(21 pages).
2011, “The Anton Piller Order – A Civil Search Warrant”, paper given at the American Bar Association International Law Section Conference, Washington D.C., (April 5-8th, 2011)(22 pages).
2011, “Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink: Behavioural Modification, Cy-pres Distributions and Class Actions”, paper given at the Accessing Justice: Appraising Class Actions Ten years After Dutton, Hollick & Rumley, Windsor, Ontario (28-29th March, 2011)(31 pages).2010, Public Seminar to the Auckland Branch of the Society for Legal and Social Philosophy, “The Law of Remedies: A Prospectus for Teaching and Scholarship”, (Auckland, 31st August, 2010).
2010, Faculty seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia, “The Law of Remedies: A Prospectus for Teaching and Scholarship”, (Perth, WA, 17th August, 2010).
2010, Faculty and student seminar, Faculty of Law, National University of Malaysia, “The Law of Remedies: A Prospectus for Teaching and Scholarship”, (Kuala Lumpur, 11th August, 2010).
2009, “Rethinking Damages for Personal Injury: is it too late to take the facts seriously?” Paper presented at the Taking Rights Seriously conference organized by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice Ottawa (30th September, 2009)(28 pages).
2009, “Remedies: some (im)ponderable questions”. Paper presented at the Melbourne Law School Obligations Group Remedies Conference. Melbourne, Australia (11th December, 2009)
2009, “Challenging Shibboleths; Evidence Based Policy Making, the Supreme Court of Canada and Anton Piller Orders”, Remedies Forum (Aix-en-Provence, France, June, 2009)
2008, – Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, N.Z. “Accommodating Multiculturalism in the Common Law”.(October 15th, 2008).
2008, aide memoire for the International Association of Law Schools conference “Effective Teaching Techniques About Other Cultures and Legal Systems” (Montreal, May 30, 2008) “Soft on Cultures, Big on the Common Law” pp. 145-148.
2008, “The Compensation Principle – Its Engagement by Modern Courts” A public addresses as part of a series promoted by Centre for Commercial and Corporate Law, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand (September 24th, 2008)
2008, “Remedies for Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Breach of Confidence” Professional Negligence and Liability 2008 (LexisNexis, Auckland New Zealand August 20, 2008)
2008, “Let Us Do the Talking: Multiculturalism, Courts, and Personal Injury” Martin Wesley Lecture, Humanities Research Group, University of Windsor (January, 2008)
2007, aide memoire for the International Association of Law Schools conference “learning from each other: enriching the Law School Curriculum in an Interrelated World”, at the Kenneth Wang Law School, Soochow University, Suzhou, China (October, 2007) “Canada – Some Important Principles of its Legal System” in conference proceedings pages 75-78.
2007 Recipient of $21,000 grant from the Law Foundation of Ontario, and a matching grant from the New Zealand Law Foundation to organize the Second International Symposium on the Law of Remedies: Advancing the Common Law of Remedies: Praxis and Pedagogy Throughout the Commonwealth, in conjunction with the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland (Auckland New Zealand, November 16th & 17th, 2007).
2007, “The Compensation Principle”, Fifth Remedies Forum, Emory Law School, Emory University, (Atlanta, Georgia, May 2007)(31 pages).
2006, "Accommodating Ethnic and Cultural Factors in Damages for Personal Injury", Obligations III Conference, Faculty of Law, University of Queensland, (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, July 2006)(30 pages).
2005, “Ethnic Wars and Tort Law”, (Fourth Remedies Forum, Louis Brandeis Law School, University of Kentucky, (Louisville, Kentucky, November 2005) (13 Pages).
2005, Presentation, Round Table on Remedies, South Eastern Association of American Law Schools annual conference, Hilton Head, South Carolina (July 19th, 2005).
2005,“Damages for Breach of Contract”, New Zealand Law Society seminar on Remedies for Breach of Contract (Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington, Hamilton, Auckland, NZ between July 26th, and August 4th, 2005) in conjunction with other sections written by Stephen Kos, and Peter Watts (72 pages).
2005, “A Trojan Horse, Cross-Border Enforcement of Mareva Injunctions in Canada”, Paper prepared for the Conference “Business Law at the Border” (Windsor June 3-4, 2005)(27 page manuscript).
2005, Collateral Benefits: Commentary on Justice Sanderson’s Paper, Civil law Seminar: New Horizons in Tort Law, National Judicial Institute, Toronto (May 11-13, 2005). (8 pages).
2005, Damages for Loss of Homemaking Capacity: Commentary on Justice Slatter’s Paper, Civil law Seminar: New Horizons in Tort Law, National Judicial Institute, Toronto (May 11-13, 2005). (11 pages).
2004, "Up in Smoke: The Role of Litigation in Funding Canada's Health Care", International Bar Association - Environment, Health and Safety Law sections 'You have Health Problems. Is that your fault?' Auckland, New Zealand, (October, 27, 2004)(39 page).
2004, October, Seminar, Canterbury District Law Society and the Faculty of Law, University of Canterbury, "From Anton Piller to Alice in Wonderland: New Developments and Directions for Interlocutory Injunctions". Christchurch, New Zealand.
2004, July, Taught intensive course on Pre-judgment Remedies as part of the graduate programme of the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland.
2003-04, Editor-in-Chief, Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice.
2003, “Canadian Reflections on the Tobacco Wars: Mass Tort Litigation”, Roundtable on the Future of Mass Tort Litigation: The Repercussions of the Tobacco Litigation, South Eastern Association of American Law Schools, Jacksonville, Florida. (July 21st, 2003)(27 pages).
2003, Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, “Re-conceptualizing Aggravated Damages” (Windsor, November 10th , 2003)
2003, Recipient of grant ($15,000) from the Ontario Law Foundation of Ontario and ($27,000) from Canadian International Development Agency towards organizing and hosting a conference on “Reparations: Theory, Practice and Legal Education” (Windsor, Ont. June 12-14th. 2003) in conjunction with the Commonwealth Legal Education Association Annual Meeting.
2003, Taught ‘Contract Law for Project Managers’, 3 day course offered by ESI International in conjunction with George Washington University. (Edmonton, May 13-15th, 2003).
2002, “Unjust Enrichment : Filial Responsibility - Can Parents recover for Supporting Their Children,” South Eastern American Association of Law Schools Conference, Kiawah Inn, Charleston, South Carolina (July, 2002)(17 pages).
2002, Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, Auckland University, “Canada’s New Anton Piller Jurisdiction - Meet John and Jane Doe” (Auckland, New Zealand, May 29th, 2002).
2002, “Recent Developments in Contract Law,” Superior Court of Ontario Masters’ Conference, Windsor, Ontario (September 27th, 2002)(21 pages).
2001-2, Prepared material and taught “The Law, Basically Speaking Workshop”, one seminar offered by the law firm of Stitt, Feld, Handy, for people training as mediators.
2001, Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, T.C. Beirne School of Law, Queensland University, “Equitable Remedial Developments in Canada”, (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, August 16th, 2001).
2001, Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, Otago University, “Anton Piller Orders in Canada”, (Dunedin, New Zealand, July 24th, 2001).
2000-4, Federal Court of Canada special project on Anton Piller injunctions. Prepared handbook for judges to assist in the administration of Anton Piller injunctions.
2001, Faculty Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, Anton Piller Injunctions. (April, 2001)
2000, appointed North American representative of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA). Nominee of the Canadian Council of Law Deans.
2000, assisted in running a four day Alternative Dispute Resolution training certificate program in Auckland, New Zealand. Program run by the Faculty of Law, Auckland University and the law firm of Stitt, Feld, Handy, Houston. (Auckland, New Zealand July, 2000).
2000, “John and Jane Doe and Persons Unknown: The New Direction of Anton Piller Orders in Canada”, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, (August 8th 2000)(12 pages).