June 18, 2019
You give out a ticket or notice for a bylaw infraction. But now what? How do you collect that fine or make sure that infraction is remedied? Learn best practices when prosecuting bylaws, from service to court to collecting fines, in the webinar How To Prosecute Bylaws.
Join SUMA on June 18 at 10 a.m. This webinar will include a 15 minute question and answer period.
Partner, Miller Thomson LLP
Troy Baril advises clients in Saskatchewan, across Canada, and internationally on all aspects of litigation related to municipal and administrative matters. He also has experience with mediation and arbitration to help his clients avoid going to court where possible. He provides advice on construction disputes, bylaws, land use, electronic communications, and municipal services such as: drafting municipal bylaws, bylaw enforcement and prosecutions, governance, land use planning and development, development board appeals, Saskatchewan Municipal Board appeals, assessment, and assessment appeals.
Articling Student, Miller Thomson LLP
Jacey Safnuk is an articling student at Miller Thomson LLP who maintains a general commercial litigation practice. She has experience in municipal bylaw review and prosecution and currently represents multiple municipalities in bylaw enforcement court.
Members - $45
Non-members - $75
We encourage you to invite other elected officials and staff members to view this webinar together. One registration cost for multiple viewers is a great way to stretch those dollars! A recording of the webinar will be available to all registrants. We will send the recording directly to your inbox, so you can watch it whenever you want.Back