Patients who experience medical negligence suffer both physical and emotional pain. Similarly, it is daunting when a physician is faced with a medical malpractice lawsuit that can erode their practice or profession.
Usually, the next step is the court system. However, the litigation process discourages communications other than those between the parties’ respective lawyers. The communication then becomes an interrogation or a deposition at a hearing. INSTEAD OF TALKING, THEY TESTIFY!
This two (2) day highly interactive advanced workshop provides a unique opportunity to develop an understanding of mediation in the medical setting, and skills on how to prepare and participate effectively in a medical mediation.
Robin Otway is the principal of the firm of Otway and Associates and he has been in practice for just over 40 years. He is very experienced in civil law in general, principally in civil litigation, in particular commercial litigation and professional malpractice, and especially medical negligence in which area he has been in active practice for almost 30 years, and he is also well versed in real estate law, commercial leases, and contracts, company formation and also in mediation and alternative dispute resolution. He is a former Senior Member of the Council of the Trinidad and Tobago Law Association and was until about 5 years ago a Member for 6 years of its Disciplinary Committee. He previously was an associate tutor at the Hugh Wooding Law School, and a former partner of 2 of the larger law firms in Trinidad, Hamel-Smith & Co. and De Nobriga Inniss & Co. (now Lex Caribbean) heading the litigation department in each of them.
Ground floor, Chamber Building, Columbus Circle Westmoorings
$3600.00 Inclusive of V.A.T, lunch, refreshments, and workshop materials
Please click HERE for Registration Form. Print, complete, scan, and send to one of the contact points listed below.
Direct Line: 632-4051
Direct Line: 637-2642